United Arab Emirates giants Al Ain say they are keen on signing Asamoah Gyan on a permanent contract when his loan deal expires next year.

Gyan moved from English side Sunderland on a one-year loan deal on Saturday.

The Black Cats chairman Naill Quinn says will welcome the Ghanaian striker back to the club when his loan deal expires at the end of next season.

But Al Ain director Awad Bin Hasoum Al Darmaki says they are keen on negotiating a deal for Gyan to stay with the club at the end of his loan stint.

"Al Ain’s priority is the extension of the loan deal or outright purchase of the player at the end of the season," Al Darmaki said.

Gyan will have two years remaining on his contract with Sunderland when his loan deal with Al Ain expires.

He had been linked with several top clubs in Europe before Al Ain swooped for the deal.

Source: MTNFootball.com

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Readers Comment

  • Francis de Assisi 7 years ago

    If Al- Ain pay him a minimum of £10m+ a year, then he will stay with them. Its money money money. He needs plenty.

  • He-goat 7 years ago

    Wiseman Francis. The rest against this deal are poor who want to remain poor. Money is it.

  • haruna 7 years ago

    Asamoah go for the money ok. opportunity comes but ones ok. dont listen to all these people. go get your money ok. football is in you. is a gift from God and no one can take it from you so player good football and get good money ok.

  • ALI GHANA, NAIROBI, KENYA 7 years ago

    So, if not money, what do the other guys play for? That includes those in the English Premier League......... I believe we are still together!

  • ROBO 7 years ago

    KEEP HIM OOO KEEP HIM! ANG PAY HIM 300,000 K A WEEK. WHO DOESN'T WORK FOR MONEY. GH WILL ALWAYS CRITISIZE BUT WHO CARES U R WORKING, THEY ALSO SHOULD.

  • Ankara 7 years ago

    Uae giants?! They are a tiny team nobody knows. Asa haa made the sporting mistake of his life.

  • baidoo adamu 7 years ago

    i think he is doing well.baby jet.ur boy zola in awoshie

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