Black Stars striker Asamoah Gyan has not ruled out a possible move back to Europe to continue his football career.
The 29-year-old old believes he might make a return to play mainstream European football in the future.
Gyan made a surprise move from English side Sunderland to join UAE side Al Ain in a €7.5 million transfer deal in 2012. Just one year after signing for the “Black Cats”.
The impressive forward’s move generated a lot of controversies among football enthusiast following his immense form in the English Premier League having scored 10 goals in his first season with Sunderland.
His currently performance in the Arabian Gulf League for Al Ain has however raised calls for him to consider a move back to Europe.
Although Gyan has already indicated his is relishing his career in the UAE, he has not ruled out a return to Europe in the near future as he has indicated he will consider a lucrative deal from any European Club.
“For now I don’t really know, my career is on cause. I am still young, am still strong and am on top of my game,” Ghana’s all-time top scorer said in an interview with TV3’s Michael Oti Agyei.
“I always say if you do well and teams come for your signature that is where you have to sit and make negotiation”.
“People will start from somewhere and end up somewhere so I have to keep on scoring my goals and keep a good performance week in-week out and let’s see where my future lies”.
“It will depend on the team that comes, I’m only doing my job”.
The former Stade Rennes and Modena attacker was transferred for a club record of £13 million from Rennes to Sunderland in 2010.
He is currently Al Ain’s second top scorer in history having scored 114 goals since joining the Club in 2012, falling behind to Ahmed Abdullah who netted 180 for the UAE giants.
Gyan has also won the UAE top scorer award on three consecutive occasions and was voted the Asian foreign best player last year.