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Gyan to decide Sunderland future at the month

Posted On Thursday, 21st June 2012

Asamoah Gyan will decide his future at the month

Asamoah Gyan says his club future will decided by the end of the month if a permanent move to Al Ain likely to be concluded.

The Sunderland striker joined the United Arab Emirates outfit in September last year in a world record loan fee of £6m.

Al Ain want to sign him on permanently after the Ghana star scored 22 goals to help them win their first league title in ten years.

Sunderland have already decided they do not want the 26-year-old back at the Stadium of Light.

Turkish side Galatasaray head a shortlist of clubs who have expressed interest in Gyan.

Sunderland paid French Ligue 1 outfit close to £ 12m for his services in August 2010 after the South Africa FIFA World Cup finals.

Source: MTNFootball.com

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. Playing in dubai is like playing in ghana but the only difference is money which we are all working for.

  2. nana ofori says:

    that is true so mr Gyan please money is good foe evey footballer but make your self name some time

  3. SIMON BAADGHD says:

    WHO CARES ABOUT THIS UNCARING FOOTBALLER. HOW MANY PEOPLE GOT SICK BECAUSE OF HIM AND HIS LAZINESS AND TODAY HE WANTS TO COME BACK….SHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIAAAAAAAAAAAAA

  4. Area says:

    Pls,the guy is not lazy.His service is much needed in Ghana and every part of the world.Pls come back and save Black star.BUT i dont support your move to Al Ain because they are NOT PROFESSIONAL players.

  5. BoscoGH says:

    GSN please watch your grammar. Read carefully your first paragraph,what type of english is this?
    Don’t you guys do some proof reading before publication?

    This is disgraceful

    Anyway, Gyan which ever club you play for, you have my support. We need you to strengthen our attack. Good luck

  6. Sagacious ghana.
    Never think dat u know much dan anyone.is it de correct way 2 teach someone.shame….!
    2 be frank,gyan is not a player.where is he playing now? Am even sad 4 him.

  7. Salifu Anyars Ibrahim says:

    Gyan needs to take a good decision this time around!





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