By Muambo Edward
Football Writer, kick442.com – Cameroon
Emmanuel Asamoah, father to Ghanaian and Inter Milan full-back Kwadwo Asamoah, has said that his son is open to a return to the Black Stars, if he is invited.
Emmanuel was speaking in an interview to Ghanaian radio station Ashh FM.
31-year-old Kwadwo Asamoah has made 73 appearances for the Ghanaian national team, scoring four goals and was part of their heroic 2010 FIFA World Cup expedition in South Africa, where they narrowly missed to become the first African team to reach the last four.
However, since 2017, the native of Accra has hardly been in the team. This has been attributed to disagreements with former national team coach James Kwesi Appiah.
With Kwesi Appiah no longer in-charge, the door is now reopened for a return for the former Kaaseman and Liberty Professionals of Ghana youth player.
“He has not retired from the Black Stars and he would be honoured if he received a call up,” Emmanuel Asamoah said on Ashh FM.
The former Udinese and Juventus left-back has struggled for game time this season with Inter, making just 11 appearances in all competitions, with just about 900 minutes of game time, due to a knee injury.
Kwadwo Asamoah joint Inter in 2018 from Juventus and his contract runs till the end of next season. He has however been linked with a move away from the three times European champions, with Fenerbahçe and Hoffenheim leading the chase for his services.
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