General captain of the Black Stars and former Sunderland striker, Asamoah Gyan hinted on his return to active football after a long break.
In an exclusive interview on the Denta_show, the ex-Ghana captain and the African top scorer at the world cup spoke about how people insulted him after he took the bold decision to join Al Ain in his football career.
In fact, Ghanaians and his fans were shocked in 2011 when he left Sunderland to sign for the United Arab Emirates club.
However, according to Asamoah Gyan he was able to set up businesses of which he has employed many people to work in that Business.
“Moving to Al Ain was the best decision I made in my Career, the money that I got I have made investments, I have created employments,” he told the Dentaa Show.
“I have created employment for the same people who were insulting me. I pay taxes,” added Asamoah Gyan.
He later moved to China to join Shanghai SIPG, where he became one of the highest paid players in Africa.