Exclusive reports reaching www.ghanacrusader.com from close sources to Ghana Black Stars skipper, Asamoah Gyan point to contemplations of international retirement this year.
Gyan’s determination to bow out of the national team on a high note is accentuated by his will to prove critics wrong at this crucial point in his career where his physical condition is not at its prime.
The outspoken skipper has been insistent on his resolve to stay relevant with the national team, however, recent injury troubles has decelerated his involvement with the team and with the African Cup Of Nations beckoning, Gyan foresees a title triumph with Ghana as the right time to draw down the curtains on his illustrious international career.
The 33 year old is the all-time top scorer for Ghana with 51 goals. Since his debut in 2013, Gyan has been the most consistent feature in Ghana’s front line ,scoring decisive goals for the national team.
With an international career spanning over 15 years , he remains Africa’s highest goal scorer at the World Cup, having featured at the global tourney three times.