Gyan ponders future options
Striker Asamoah Gyan has hinted his future may not lie in the UAE after all, although he is unlikely to return to Sunderland.
The 26-year-old caused a storm last September when he joined United Arab Emirates side Al-Ain on a year-long loan deal, but that contract is coming to an end and, despite winning their league title, he says he has not decided on his future.
The chances of him returning to Sunderland appear slim, even though Martin O'Neill is short of strikers and will be looking to strengthen up front in the summer.
Gyan says he is happy where he is, claiming that 'everything has been perfect, but the Ghana international insists he will decide whats best for him this summer.
Speaking to Sport.360, he said: ''Definitely if you go somewhere and everything there is perfect, you want to stay, but we are still in negotiations and we will have to wait and see until the end of my loan deal.
''It could be anywhere. I'm ready to go anywhere and I need to make the right decision. Any decision I make, I think, has to be the right decision for me, not for the people.''