Ghana Legend Asamoah Gyan Flexes Rolls Royce in Latest Photo Dump
- Former Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan has shared a new photo on Instagram.
- The Ghana legend flaunted his golden Rolls Royce on social media.
- Gyan is yet to announce his retirement from football despite being inactive for two years.
Former Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan has showed his high taste for luxurious cars after sharing a photo of his Rolls Royce.
The Ghanaian football legend, who is yet to retire from the sport, has quite a number of cars at his plush mansion in Kasoa, Ghana.
In his latest post on Instagram, Gyan is seen dropping from his golden Rolls Royce.
The 37-year-old shared the moment with emojis of gratitude, to show how grateful he is for his life.
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Gyan enjoyed a stellar career during his time abroad, where he played in Europe and Asia. During his days with Chinese outfit Shaghai SIPG, he was one of the highest paid players in the world.
The former Black Stars captain also holds an enviable record of being Africa's all-time top scorer at the World Cup. He is also Ghana's all-time leading scorer.
The former Sunderland and Stade Rennais attacker is yet to retire from the sport despite being inactive for almost two years.
Asamoah Gyan last played for Ghana Premier League outfit Legon Cities.
Gyan confesses to juju use
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that former Ghana captain, Asamoah Gyan has admitted to the existence of black magic - commonly known as juju - in football.
The legendary Ghanaian forward believes some players and teams practice the act of using juju in games for their benefits.
Although he stated he was not being a believer in such things, he confessed taking part in a ritual bath as a young player.
Gyan pays tribute to Vialli
Former Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan has described Gianluca Vialli as one of the best strikers in his generation.
The Italy legend sadly died aged 58 on Friday, January 6, 2023, after losing his battle with cancer.
Gyan, who looked up to Vialli during his youth football days revered the Italian and has taken to social media to pay tribute to the ex-Chelsea star.
Source: Sports Brief News