AC Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari has written an apology letter to Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah which means he is set to return to action for the Black Stars.
Muntari launched a tirade at the Black Stars coach following his substitution in a 2014 World Cup qualifier against Lesotho in June.
Coach Kwesi Appiah had vowed that he will not call the influential player to the Black Stars fold until he apologises to him and his team-mates after the dressing room attack following the win in Maseru in June.
But initially denying that the incident was not serious, Muntari has made a u-turn be offering an apology to the technical team and his team-mates in a letter published on the GFA website.
“I write this letter to render my sincere apologies to the Management, Technical Team and the entire players of the Black Stars for my after the Lesotho/Ghana match which was played in Maseru on Sunday, 17th June 2013,” Muntari wrote in the letter to the GFA.
“I wish to state that this unfortunate incident will not happen again.”
The experienced midfielder has now enhanced his chances of being named in the squad to face Zambia next month in the final qualifier.
The AC Milan ace questioned why he was hooked in the 64th minute and replaced by Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu in the 2-0 win at Lesotho.
He refused to sit on the bench and walked straight into the dressing looking extremely furious.
Muntari latter admitted he confronted the coach in the locker room but claimed that it was not a disrespectful act.
Reports claimed the 28-year-old used foul language and that his international career was over if he did not render an apology.