AC Milan midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng looks to have completely cut his ties with Ghana by removing his affiliation with the national team from his official Twitter account.
This shows that he is no longer interested in playing for the Black Stars or has ended his international career following the indefinite ban slapped on him by the Ghana FA at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
Despite the suspension by the Ghana FA, Boateng still carried the tag of ‘Black Stars and Schalke player’ until just few weeks when he moved to AC Milan when he removed any links to Ghana.
His profile of Twitter now reads: ‘Prince Boateng AC Milan’ which shows he is no longer a player of the Ghana national team.
The removal of his connection with Ghana has prompted talk that he will no longer play for the West African country even if the indefinite ban on him is lifted.
Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari were kicked out of Ghana’s team at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil and subsequently suspended prior to the team’s final group game against Portugal for various acts of indiscipline.
His sacking from the Ghana camp is not the first time Boateng, who was born in Germany to German mother and Ghanaian father, left the national team.
The 27-year old retired from the Black Stars in November 2011 claiming his body could not cope with club and international football.
Boateng, who has Ghanaian and German parentage, switched his international allegiances to Ghana in time for the 2010 World Cup after persistent snubs by Germany.
He then went on to play a major part in Ghana’s run to the quarter-finals of the before announcing his retirement from international football after only nine caps including just one game on Ghanaian soil.
That decision triggered an angry response with many Ghanaian fans accusing him of riding on the back of the country to international fame at the World Cup.
He subsequently returned with just two matches before Ghana sealed its 2014 World Cup qualification for the tournament in Brazil.