Some Ghanaians via social media have “advertised” Asamoah Gyan to battling Premier League side Manchester United.
Gyan, who recently played for English side Sunderland, has implied of a re-visitation of dynamic football, with an eye on the 2022 World Cup.
Albeit the veteran striker has been without a club in more than a year, he accepts he could recapture full wellness in time for the competition in Qatar.
Right after Gyan’s most recent explanation, some Ghanaians have taken to virtual entertainment to propose that Manchester United get his administrations.
The Red Devils are at present battling, having started off the 2022/23 season with consecutive league losses to Brighton and Brentford.
Additionally, Cristiano Ronaldo needs to pass on the Old Trafford outfit because of the absence of Champions League football, which would leave them slight in assault.
Ghanaian force to be reckoned with KalyJay began a joke on Twitter by posting a photoshopped picture of Gyan in a Manchester United shirt and a lot more netizens hooked onto the “journey”.
Many on Twitter viewed the joke as entertaining, with some Manchester United fans in any event, inviting it on a lighter note.
Gyan has been moving via web-based entertainment after his meeting with the BBC, where he contrasted his conceivable return with that of Roger Milla, who emerged from retirement to play for Cameroon in the 1994 World Cup.
The 36-year-old was an ordinary installation in the Black Stars for very nearly twenty years, having made his global presentation in 2003.
Nonetheless, he has not highlighted for the public group since playing at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Egypt.
Over the most recent three years, Gyan has combat with niggling wounds while his experience with Ghana Premier League outfit Legon Cities additionally didn’t work out as expected.
Notwithstanding his dormancy, however, he demands he hasn’t resigned and has made his ways for a re-visitation of the Black Stars in front of the World Cup in Qatar.
Gyan is at present Ghana’s record-breaking top scorer with 51 goals and Africa’s most noteworthy scorer at the World Cup with six strikes.