We signed Asamoah Gyan for more than football reasons – Legon Cities

Legon Cities CEO Maxwell Terry Aidam has uncovered the club will be a long way from running at a misfortune regardless of worries about the profits from their large cash marking of Ghana legend Asamoah Gyan.

In October a year ago, the Royals burned up all available resources to bring the previous Sunderland and Stade Rennais striker back home interestingly since leaving Liberty Professionals for Italian outfit Udinese in 2003.

Gyan has, in any case, been not able to have any huge effect on the pitch, to a great extent because of wellbeing and wellness constraints which have seen him show up until this point.

He is yet to track down the rear of the net or help a goal in the shades of the Royals in spite of his fine scoring record preceding joining the club.

“Putting numbers to it, at that point I will disclose to you that except if you go to my office then we will see on the grounds that Asamoah Gyan was endorsed as a footballer and for his image quintessence,” Aidam said as detailed by Graphic Sports.

“You can bear witness to the way that Asamoah Gyan coming to add to the Legon Cities brand has given us a major mileage.

“On the off chance that you are taking a gander at the numbers, you should take a gander at my accounting report. From where we sit, we lack it 100%, yet we are nearly equaling the initial investment from acquiring him on board these stressing seasons of Covid.”

Gyan has just barely rejoined preparing after some time in the treatment room, his last appearance for the club coming in December.

“Asamoah Gyan will possibly play when he is fit and prepared,” said mentor Bashir Hayford.

“At the point when I was selected as the lead trainer, he was nursing a physical issue however fortunately, he has gotten back to the preparation ground preparing with the players.

“I’m just trusting that he will remain fit since he needs to play.”

Legon Cities are as of now got up to speed in a transfer battle halfway through the season as they sit only one spot and two focuses over the feared zone.

The most covered part in Ghana’s football history, Gyan is likewise the country’s record-breaking top scorer with 51 goals in 109 internationals.

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