Captain of the Black Stars Asamoah Gyan has revealed that he would meet the Ghana Football Association and the Ministry of Youth and Sports to ensure peace between the two bodies.
The Ministry has failed to release funds for the Black Stars final African Cup of Nations qualifier against Rwanda because the outfit is cash strapped.
Nii Lantey ordered the football governing body to use only locally-based players for the tie but the FA defied the orders and this has cause a heavy row between the two bodies.
But Asamoah Gyan who joined UAE side Al Ahli on transfer deadline day says he would be holding meetings with the two in order to ensure peace prevail.
According to Gyan, if things continue like this, it’s the team that will suffer at the long run.
‘’We players if we don’t get the support from outside it doesn’t motivate us, I’m being honest for my experience in the game,’’ he told the press.
‘’I don’t know how far the truth of the matter is. I don’t know the exact details because nobody tells me anything.
‘’Sometimes I need to go fact to face to ask for the details but for now I don’t know the relationship.
‘’sometimes we hear speculations and news like that. I have to find out from both sides so we can sit down and talk about the problems.’’
Ghana will host Rwanda on Saturday at the Accra Sports Stadium.