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West Ham offer Ghana striker Asamoah Gyan $165,000 a week loan deal

Posted On Tuesday, 24th December 2013
West Ham United have offered Ghana striker Asamoah Gyan a mouth-watering deal worth $165,000 a week to help them avoid relegation from the English top-flight.

Asamoah Gyan has been in blistering form in England

West Ham United have offered Ghana striker Asamoah Gyan a mouth-watering deal worth $165,000 a week to help them avoid relegation from the English top-flight.

The 28-year-old, who is the captain of the Ghana World Cup team, is in blistering form in the UAE and Sam Allardyce want the attacker to make a return to the Premier League to boost their chances of beating the drop.

According to The Sun, Hammers boss Allardyce wants the Ghanaian on a six month loan from United Arab Emirates club Al Ain.

However, it is not certain if the deal is enough to prise him away from the Al Ain who are ready to offer the world to Gyan to keep him in the UAE.

He is wanted as cover for the injured £19 million hitman Andy Carroll.

Ex-Sunderland forward Gyan scored 10 goals in 34 games in his two seasons on Wearside.

West Ham currently lie 17th in the Premier League.

Gyan has made history in the UAE top-flight by being the first person in the country’s football history to reach the 70 goal mark.

He has achieved this massive feat in just two seasons.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. Gada says:

    Westham again oo ft baby jet is a goal atito yo agei

  2. dadabee says:

    Not sure Gyan can deliver in the BPL currently.

    • Ghanaman says:

      what do you know?? He is BETTER now than he was 2 years ago. Did he not score 2 goaals against one of Turkeys best Goalkeepers… A Champions league calibre goal keeper?? Gyan will score a lot of goals in the EPL because he is more mature in the mind now and in his absolute prime with regard to finishing. He has scored more goals for the national team this year than any other year. He is just the guy to keep West Ham up.

  3. Rokavilla says:

    He shud do it for ghana. It will realy help himself also in the worldcup.

    • OGYA says:

      Gyan should do it for himself, just to see if he’s got what it takes to play against the big boys in Europe. Its easy to score on hapless UAE teams than to score on European teams.

      He has to remember, he has not played against the big boys in Europe for a while and this might be the time for him to sharpen his skills because as we all know the challenge will be tougher and he succeed it will all be good for his confidence during the 2014 world cup.

  4. Nana Yaw says:

    i fink he cumin back to EPL will boost his confidence in da upcoming world cup since he is in prime he needs competition 4 him to prepare well

  5. don king says:

    it wll b a fantastic move by all standard, personally i have been monitoring Gyan closely nd i fink hes currently on top of his career, nd playing at d BPL will actually boost his confidence ahead of d WC

  6. Dre says:

    Please go, best for all parties gyan this makes u more sharper before World Cup and west ham get saved plus the world who may have forgotten u will be reminded of what your about please go

  7. Ato says:

    I think Gyan should stay put in UAE where he is doing well. The EPL is too aggressive.. at this point we dont want him to risk getting injured which is more likely to happen in the EPL than in UAE. Gyan please don’t move.

      • OGYA says:

        This is nonsense, if it’s his destiny to get injured, then he will, no matter where he plays football, whether in UAE or anywhere.

        Only a mediocre players will be afraid to take the opportunity to show why he deserves to be with the big boys in Europe and not UAE. As we all know if he takes that chance, the whole world will be watching and if he does well and even does better during the world cup, the big boys will be coming after him with a boat load of cash and that will be the crowning achievement of his career.

        When we were all growing up our parents told us not to settle for mediocrity. Its Asamoah Gyan time now not to settle for mediocrity.

    • Nii Kwatei says:

      C’mon he played in the EPL before and he’s not made from glass. This will only make him stronger and sharper: Just in time for the World Cup.

    • OGYA says:

      This is nonsense, if it’s his destiny to get injured, then he will, no matter where he plays football, whether in UAE or anywhere.
      Only a mediocre players will be afraid to take the opportunity to show why he deserves to be with the big boys in Europe and not UAE. As we all know if he takes that chance, the whole world will be watching and if he does well and even does better during the world cup, the big boys will be coming after him with a boat load of cash and that will be the crowning achievement of his career.
      When we were all growing up our parents told us not to settle for mediocrity. Its Asamoah Gyan time now not to settle for mediocrity.

  8. Kweku says:

    Ato this wht soth africans will say fusek.(fuckoff)

  9. Nii Kwatei says:

    Yeaah, great news! This would be a superb move, for Gyan. I’m sure that in no time he would force his way into the starting line-up. Go go go!

  10. Saxcee says:

    People are busy saying whther Gyan should go or not. Have you checked the authenticity of this story?
    who thinks WestHam will be willing to pay such an amount(small English club) for Gyan?
    gsn pls give us a source…

  11. EA1us says:

    @ saxcee, the article says “According to The Sun” that’s the source.

  12. texas says:

    It is true……. It’s even reported by fox soccer. The Sun £100,000 a week which equivalent to the $165,000 being report by GSN.

  13. Sean says:

    It’s true, British sports news has cornfirmed. It says £100.000 so this one is true and we’re all happy for homeboy make as pround!

  14. Zot says:

    Gyan,its a gud mov but u need2 prove capable of:bcos dey luk on u as a savior 4rm religatn,so go n deliva like how dey c u in uae.Der,gh n all wil c u as a real striker.Dis wil make u xpensiv

  15. Capo di Capi says:

    Gyan accept this offer. Go and prove me wrong…





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