Asamoah Gyan is Ghana’s striker shaped. The captain of the Black Stars is just at a goal of the record of top scorer of the selection previously held by Abedi Pele (33 goals). But he also thinks about his retirement.
For him who has all the ranges in Europe, a homecoming does not displease him. Better, he thinks about it. Gyan has said he will end his career in his country within the club Asante Kotoko.
“I will definitely return one day to the Premier League in Ghana where I will play for Asante Kotoko,” he has revealed to Angel FM, a radio station based in Kumasi.
“I’ve always been a big fan of Kotoko and prayed that the club win matches and trophies,” he has said.
For now, Gyan chained goals in Al Ain. He won this weekend the Arabic Golden Boot, awarded to the best scorer in all Arab league last season. He has also evolved at Udines in Italy, rennes in France and Sunderland, England.