£13 million Striker “a big fan of Manchester United”
Asamoah Gyan, the Ghanaian striker who plays his football for Sunderland, had announced his ambition to one day play for Manchester United – his manager, Steve Bruce’s former club.
Gyan was signed on the 31st August 2010 for the Black Cats for a club record fee of £13 million after catching the eye of Bruce with his impressive displays for Ghana in the World Cup. He scored three goals in the competition, helping his country to the quarter finals only to be cheated out of it by Uruguay and since his move to Sunderland has scored 11 goals in 25 games.
“Of course I’m a big fan of Manchester United and will like to play for them if the chance comes my way.”
It would be unwise to say this and then not reaffirm his commitment to his current side, while citing the need to repay the fans for their continued support. So he did:
“But at the moment I’m at another great club and will want to concentrate on that and help repay the faith the club and the fans have reposed in me.”
Manchester United look likely to be a striker down come the end of the season, as it doesn’t look like Michael Owen will be offered a new contract after suffering yet another injury. However, I don’t see Sir Alex making a move for Gyan, no disrespect to Gyan, but I think United would be going for a better striker who would be able to nail down a regular place in the team ahead of the likes of Rooney, Berbatov and Chicharito.
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