Kayserispor striker Asamoah Gyan will be out of action for two to three weeks after an injury on international duty.
The 31-year-old picked a muscle problem during Ghana’s 1-1 draw against Congo Brazzaville in 2018 World Cup qualifier last Friday.
The former Sunderland did not recover in time for the reverse 5-1 thrashing of the Red Devils in Brazzaville despite traveling with the team.
And he has confirmed he will be between 2-3 weeks, meaning he will miss Kayserispor’s Turkish Super Lig clash against Sivasspor on Saturday.
“After the first game, I went for a scan and there was a stretch in the muscle and so it going to take between 2-3 weeks to heal,” he said
“I have to go to my club and start treatment and make sure I return to the pitch as soon as possible.”