Boateng, who was born in Germany to a Ghanaian father, shocked the country when he announced his decision to leave the Black Stars without any provocation.
The AC Milan star called time on his international career in November last year after claiming combing national and club duties was taking a toll on his health.
His shocking announcement came after his short association with the Ghana national team at the 2010 World Cup earned him a big-money move to AC Milan when his career was going nowhere with relegated English side Portsmouth.
Boateng, who switched nationality from Germany to play for Ghana, had two high-profile visits from the Ghana FA to urge him to reconsider his decision.
He turned down the pleas for his return after GFA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi went to meet him in Milan and a subsequent visit from the current coach Kwesi Appiah failed to convince him.
But the Marseille winger, who is a close pal of the former Tottenham Hotspur and Portsmouth enforcer, has revealed the 25-year-old could stage a comeback in the coming months.
“I have had discussions with him, but we need to give him time. I know and I believe he will be in the Black Stars soon,” Ayew
“People say a lot of stuff about him and they don’t know him very well and it is due to such things that he has not returned, but he will come back soon.”
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