All-time top scorer for Ghana Asamoah Gyan says he will consider a move to the South African Premier Division when the right offer comes knocking on his door.
The 2010 BBC African footballer of the year last played for Indian I-League side NorthEast United but he is currently unattached.
The Black Stars General skipper few months ago per reports was linked to Asante Kotoko as he stated in an interview that he will play for the Porcupine Warriors before officially saying good bye to football.
“I still feel strong, I still feel young. There is no day I have thought about retiring,” Gyan told Marawa Sports Worldwide on Metro FM.
“Definitely yes if a team from South Africa is interested and feels they need my services why not? We can negotiate and we can have a deal.
“Yes [I don’t come cheap but] it depends on the situation. I am a professional football player and I have to see a lot of things, I have to value a lot of things before making a move. But as I said, I feel strong; I still have fire inside me. Obviously I am not in my 20s but I feel I can prove myself once again.”
Gyan made his debut for the Black Stars in 2003 against Somalia in a Word Cup qualifier and has scored a total of 51 goals in 109 appearances.
By: Linus Siaw Nartey