Asamoah Gyan gets a €1.6m offer from Turkish club, Bursaspor

Asamoah Gyan gets a €1.6m offer from Turkish club, Bursaspor

- Turkish club, Bursaspor table down €30,000-a-week for Asamoah for three years

- The deal if accepted by Gyan will represents about 84% reduction in the player's salary after earning about $12m per year with Chinese side SIPG

Black Stars captain, Asamoah Gyan has received a €1.6m offer from Turkish club, Bursaspor.

According to an offer letter making rounds in the media, the Turkish club is ready to offer Gyan a three-year contract with an annual salary of  €1.6m.

Asamoah Gyan gets a €1.6m offer from Turkish club, Bursaspor

Asamoah Gyan

By that, the free agent player will take home only €30,000-a-week. This represents about 84% reduction in the Ghana superstar's salary after earning about $12m per year with Chinese side SIPG for the past three years.

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Meanwhile, a close source to the Turkish club, Bursaspor, Nihat Katoglu told footballmadeinghana.com that Gyan’s current club has reached an agreement with the new club.

I can confirm that Bursaspor have reached an agreement with Shanghai SIPG and Asamoah and the Ghanaian will sign a two-year deal after his holidays in Ghana.

Gyan is a great striker and a player Bursaspor have followed so long, now everything is set that he will play for the club,” he added.

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Asamoah Gyan gets a €1.6m offer from Turkish club, Bursaspor

Asamoah Gyan's offer letter.

YEN will bring you up to speed if Asamoah finally signs this new deal. He is expected to fly to Turkey after the Black Stars upcoming friendlies with USA and Mexico.

The Black Stars skipper reached a significant milestone in his football career last week when he scored his 50th goal for Ghana since joining the senior national team some fourteen (14) years ago.

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He becomes Ghana’s all-time goal-scorer, a record considered by many soccer analysts as no mean an achievement.

What do you think, should Asamoah Gyan accept this offer? Your views and thoughts are welcome on our Facebook and email via info@yen.com.gh.

Source: Yen.com.gh

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