Gyan will undergo the traditional horse placenta treatment to get himself fit before Ghana’s first match of the tournament .The striker was ruled out for three weeks after suffering a hamstring injury while playing for his club Al Ain.
The desperate Ghanaian striker said he is ready to try the traditional Serbia treatment in order to be fit and get Ghana her first title in 30 years.
"The head coach has spoken to me about her and talking about her history she has been able to heal more Premiership players and during the World Cup she worked with us and according to the players it worked so I can't wait to meet her," Gyan said.
"Maybe it will work because I also want to play in the Nations Cup. I want to help my country. It's been a while since we won the trophy which is what everyone is expecting."
Mariana Kovacevic, the Serbian healer,worked a miracle for John Mensah during the 2010 World Cup. She is also known to have healed Arsenal striker Robin van Persie and many others.