The ex-Germany U20 international quit the Black Stars last year citing problems with his health.
Boateng, who made his global name while playing for the Black Stars at the 2008 World Cup, said frequent travels to Africa to play for his father’s country was having a toll on his fitness.
But some suspect that he fell out with previous coach Goran Stevanovic which led to Boateng’s decision to quit.
“We will always try to use the best players available,” Kwesi Appiah said.
“But like I said, the decision will rest with Kevin and if chooses to rescind his decision to make a return, we will be happy.”
Boateng is currently nursing a groin injury with AC Milan.
Source Ghana Soccernet