Deputy coach of the Black Stars Ibrahim Tanko says the return of Kevin Prince Boateng to the national team is not an issue for Coaches to decide.

He says the issue about Boateng is "complicated" one that goes beyond the national team coaches.

Tanko argues that once  Boateng,31,  remains banned by the the top hierarchy, the return of the Barcelona forward remains dicey.

Boateng's January move to Barcelona has triggered a fresh debate in the country as to whether he should be invited back to the team or not.

“The issue of Kevin Prince Beateng is a complicated. I was in Cameron when the issue happened. I heard a lot about what happened.

“I heard they were asked to apologize and Sulley Muntari has since apologized but Kevin Prince Boteng has refused to render the apology,” he told Zuria FM Sports

“If it is about quality, then I will admit we will need Kevin in the team. But this issue is beyond us.

“The management and the top hierarchy of the team have the final say. So we will keep monitoring him and see how things will unfold,” he added.

Kevin Prince Boateng  was banned indefinitely by the Executive Committee of the FA for gross misconduct which led to his sacking during the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.