Ghana Football Association vice president Jordan Anagbla has revealed that retired striker Asamoah Gyan will return to the Black Stars squad in September this year.
The Al Ain star has dominated the news after writing to the Ghana FA to take an indefinite break from international football on Friday night.
Gyan explained he is psychologically unfit to continue playing for the national after missing another penalty on a big stage.
His spot-kick was saved by Zambia goalkeeper Kennedy Mwene in the 1-0 semi-final defeat at the just ended Africa Cup of Nations.
The 25-year-old claims he needs time to recover but Anagbla, who doubles as a Black Stars management committee member, says Gyan will return in seven months time.
"I have spoken to Asamoah Gyan this morning and what I can tell you is that he will come and play for Ghana in September," Anagbla told Accra-based Happy FM.
Gyan will miss the double header against Lesotho and Zambia in the 2014 Fifa World Cup qualifier in June this year.