If Gyan joins Reading eventually, it will be a come back in English football for the player. As it appears, Ghana’s Asamoah Gyan will be back in international football sooner than expected.
Ghana’s captain flew into England on Sunday to evaluate a number of English clubs to join. According to reports, English top notch clubs including Fulham, Sunderland, Reading FC, and many others have indicated interest in the player.
After a remarkable experience at Chinese side Shanghai SIPG, Gyan is set to bounce to England to identify once again with an international club.
Following plans of the Chinese side to let go of the striker on a loan deal, there have been rumours suggesting a possible move to England.
As we can see, Gyan who spent two years at Sunderland until a move to UAE club Al Ain in 2012, is indeed returning to England.
Now to more facts, there have been reports that the Ghanaian striker has been in talks with English Side Reading FC, over a loan switch. The 30-year-old according to reports, is undergoing medicals with the royals. If Ghana’s Gyan joins Reading FC, it is said he will be a replacement for injured striker Deniss Rakels.
Though there are different reports of Gyan’s possible loan switch talks with other English clubs, Reading has taken the lead. But who knows, we could be in for some real surprise as according to the striker, ‘football is full of surprises’.
Gyan joined Sunderland from French side Rennes in 2010. He scored a total of 10 premiere League goals for the Black Cats during his two year spell, before moving to Al-Ain in UAE in 2012.
He was a major hit at Al Ain where he scored a staggering 73 goals in 65 games with 44 goals coming in one season.
He joined Shanghai SIPG in 2015, where he became one of the highest paid footballer at the time.