Sports News of Wednesday, 26 July 2017
Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan has hailed the quality of the Turkish Super Lig after joining Kayserispor.
Gyan, 31, has signed a two-year deal with the European outfit after ending a short loan spell at Dubai-based Al Ahli.
The Ghana international rejected several offers to return to mainstream Europe – five years after leaving English side Sunderland.
The goal poacher has revealed the reasons for joining the side.
“The quality of the league increases. That’s why I know I’m in a quality league,” he said
“But I will think of my team instead of proving myself among these players.
“Because, if Kayserispor wins, people will be happy, and I will be happy when people are happy.
” Of course, there is nothing that makes people as happy as scoring goals. But first the team.”
The Ghanaian has been involved in the side’s pre-season programme since joining the side after an extended break where he embarked on several charity work in his native country.