Ghanian veteran Asamoah Gyan wants to retire with a bang

According to the national team captain, this will be his last tournament with the Black Stars before retirement.

Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan has said he will retire after the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.

And just before he says goodbye to international football, he wants to win a title with the national team.

“Not winning the Afcon is a major worry for us players,” Gyan was quoted by Goal.

“In our private conversations, we the players talk a lot about this Afcon.”

“I have tried a lot for my country but the biggest legacy I want to leave is winning the Afcon trophy for Ghana,” he added.

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“By the grace of God, I am fit now. [In a league game on Monday], I came into the game in the 80th minute. And that is good.”

“I am ready for the Afcon,” he concluded.

Asamoah Gyan professional career has taken him to play in nine different teams since he debuted for Liberty Professionals in his native country in 2003.

He has played for Udinese in Italy, Rennes in France, Sunderland in England. And in 2017 he joined Kayserispor in the Turkish Super Lig.

He has played over 100 games for the Ghana national team since he debuted in 2003 with them.

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