Ghana Soccer | League Sunday | England League | League Fantasy | Spain League | Italy League | Nigeria League | Germany League | Football | Soccer | Ghana Soccernet
unibank logo

Subscribe to our RSS FeedGhana Soccer | League Sunday | England League | League Fantasy | Spain League | Italy League | Nigeria League | Germany League | Football | Soccer | Ghana Soccernet

Asamoah Gyan rules out West Ham move - 'My heart and soul are attached to Al Ain'

Posted On Saturday, 28th December 2013
Asamoah Gyan says his heart and soul are attached to Al Ain.

Asamoah Gyan says his heart and soul are attached to Al Ain.

Ghanaian striker Asamoah Gyan has implied he is not interested in a loan move to English side West Ham United saying ”my heart and soul are attached to Al Ain.”

The Ghana captain, who plays for UAE side Al Ain, has been a subject of intense transfer speculation as the transfer window in Europe re-opens next month.

West Ham, who are battling relegation in the English Premier League, want to turn to former Sunderland hit man to aid their course.

But it does not look like the 28-year-old is ready to leave the defending UAE Arabian Gulf League champions.

“My heart and soul are attached to Al Ain and I always look forward to show the best level that satisfies my ambitions with my team and the fans and administrations aspirations as well,” Gyan said.

“When my mom passed away I was thinking about my team and when I will be with my national team in the World Cup I will work with the same level with my national team to hit the targets of myself and my people.

“I will never think of avoiding to get injured during the matches of Al Ain as it may happen anywhere at any time not only in training sessions and matches with Al Ain.”

Gyan has scored 15 goals in 12 Arabian Gulf League appearances for Al Ain.

Related Images

READERS COMMENTS

  1. DOGO says:

    This report does not make sense.





Click Here For All Latest football news.

Live Radio

http://ghanasoccernet.com/new/images/banners/onair.gif 

Live TV

http://ghanasoccernet.com/new/images/banners/onair.gif

RELATED NEWS

LATEST HEADLINES

Match Report: Ebusua Dwarfs 4-1 Heart of Lions thumbnail

Match Report: Ebusua Dwarfs 4-1 Heart of Lions

Ebusua Dwarfs boosted their survival chances with a comfortable 4-1 win over second-placed Heart of Lions on Saturday despite remaining in the relegation zone.
Ghanaian youngster Emmanuel Gyasi warms Torino bench in Serie A stalemate at Lazio thumbnail

Ghanaian youngster Emmanuel Gyasi warms Torino bench in Serie A stalemate at Lazio

Ghanaian youth attacker Emmanuel Gyasi was named on the Torino bench in their entertaining 3-3 draw with SS Lazio in the Italian Serie A on Saturday afternoon.
Arsenal scout disappointed as Afriyie Acquah is dropped to Parma bench while Inter Milan batter Gialloblu in Serie A thumbnail

Arsenal scout disappointed as Afriyie Acquah is dropped to Parma bench while Inter Milan batter Gialloblu in Serie A

Ghana midfielder Afriyie Acquah lost his starting berth in Parma's team as he was dropped to the bench in their 2-0 home reverse against Inter Milan in the Serie A on Saturday afternoon.
Joseph Langabell ready to aid Black Stars progress in Brazil  thumbnail

Joseph Langabell ready to aid Black Stars progress in Brazil

Black Stars chief entertainer Joseph Langabell has declared is ready to play his bid as Ghana seek to take the world by storm in Brazil.
Ex-Hearts of Oak star Ishmael Addo puzzled by club's recent slump  thumbnail

Ex-Hearts of Oak star Ishmael Addo puzzled by club's recent slump

Ex-Hearts of Oak star man Ishmael Addo has charged the current crop of players to win the remaining league fixtures to placate their fans for what has been a below par season.
2014 World Cup: Sulley Muntari makes injury return to play in AC Milan Serie A victory, Essien still out thumbnail

2014 World Cup: Sulley Muntari makes injury return to play in AC Milan Serie A victory, Essien still out

Ghana star Sulley Muntari made a return into the AC Milan squad after recovering from a minor ankle problem that ruled him out for three weeks.
Loading...