Spezia versatile player Emmanuel Gyasi has confirmed that he has recently been in talks with Ghana coach Otto Addo ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Gyasi, 28, looks likely to make a return to the senior national team before the tournament begins in November.
The Italy-based attacker has not been part of the Black Stars team since last playing in a friendly against Ivory Coast in June 2021 at the Cape Coast stadium.
However, with three weeks left for the World Cup to begin, the player says he has held talks with the Black Stars boss.
“I have a good relationship with the new Ghana coach Addo. We spoke four weeks ago and I made myself available. I expressed the dream of going to the World Cup, if I am not chosen I will work for other goals,” he told La Gazzetta dello Sport before Spezia game against Fiorentina in the Serie A.
“Being captain for me is a great pride, I arrived here from Serie C and now I wear the headband, worn before me by a great like Giulio Maggiore,” he said.
“We wrote indelible pages with him, we have had two years that will remain in history. But Thiago Motta was also very important to me, he gave me a lot, I met a truly incredible person, on the pitch but above all off.”
So far this season, Gyasi has made 12 caps in the Serie A for Spezia.