Despite missing the last two seasons of play due to injury, a famous Premier League player has opted to call it quits after 20 years in the game. The striker was acquired by Sunderland for a then-record club transfer fee of £12 million, and he enjoyed a successful tenure there. He contributed to the team with multiple goals while there. He established a lot of new benchmarks for scoring during that time.
He was one of the three finalists for the Player of the Tournament award as a result of his outstanding performance during the 2010 World Cup, which was held in South Africa. Wesley Sneijder and Diego Forlan were the other two finalists. European teams have consequently been put on high alert in anticipation of the arrival of a new superstar talent.
He immediately made a statement upon joining Sunderland by scoring in his first Premier League game, a 1-1 draw with Wigan, to establish his presence. He moved right away to announce his presence after making the move. In advance of relocating to Al-Ain in the United Arab Emirates,
From 2010 to 2012, the 37-year-old player distinguished himself for Sunderland twice in a row. He continued on to play for Al-Ain after that. He hasn’t played in a game for an English team since that time. After he parted ways with the Ghanaian Premier League team Legon Cities in 2021 and failed to play for any team in the following two years, his career has recently taken a downward turn.
He played for no teams at all throughout this time. Asamoah Gyan made a name for himself as an accomplished player for Sunderland during his time there. He rapidly became a fan favorite among Black Cats supporters due to his brilliant attacking abilities and, more notably, his exuberant dance celebrations.