Asamoah Gyan Revelas He’s An Employer Of Labour As He Provided Jobs To Ghanaians When He Left Sunderland To Join Al Ain

Asaomah Gyan, former Ghanaian black star captain several trophies in the United Arab Emirates during his four year deal at Al Ain.

Asamoah Gyan is a set for a return to the Black Stars after revealing his desire to play at the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

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The former black Star captain Asamoah Gyan has revealed that his move to Al Ain during his prime was the best career decision he made.

Gyan shocked fans in 2011 when he left Sunderland for the United Arab Emirates club.

However, according to Gyan it’s a move that benefited his country people the Ghanaians as he made investment that creates employment for the youth.

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“Moving to Al Ain was the best decision I made in my career, the money that I got I have made investment, I have created employments. He told the dental show.

“I have created employment for the same people who were insulting me. I pay taxes, “

Asamoah Gyan also disclosed he was persuaded to make the move by Sunderland despite having a good season in his first campaign in England.

“Sunderland needed money at the time, they persuaded me to move to Al Ain, gyan continued.

“I asked them if the fans were going to be happy I’m leaving. They said they knew how to deal with the fans.

The 36 year old enjoyed a successful spell at Al Ain, winning the UAE Pro league three times.

He later moved to China Jo join Shanghai SIPG, where he became one of the highest paid players in Africa.

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