Ghana striker Asamoah Gyan has been decreed Africa’s most elevated paid sportsman, as indicated by The Magazine’s Money Issue salary survey project.
The UAE-bases star is said to be on a yearly profit of Us$ 16 million and he is broken even with by Tamba Hali who plays NFL side Kansas City Chiefs.
The processing of income incorporates compensation and/or prize cash from the 2011 timetable year or latest season.
Gyan moved from English Premier League side Sunderland in September a year ago to Al Ain for a record loan fee.
He is above Manchester City and Ivory Coast star Yaya Toure pocketing around Us$ 322,000 a week with an expected aggregate total assets Us$ 15. 4 million.
Togo star Emmanuel Adebayor, in the books of Manchester City yet on credit at Tottenham Hotspur, has aggregate acquiring of Us$ $13.3 million.
Triple-time African Footballer of the Year Samuel Eto’o is worth Us$ 13 337 000.
The ESPN Magazine’s Money Issue salary survey project used profit that were focused around data from different sources including groups, executors, sports alliances, social focuses and the United Nations.