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Legon City FC signs Asamoah Gyan

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Legon City FC signs Asamoah Gyan
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Ghana Premier League side Legon City FC has completed the signing of former black star captain Asamoah Gyan.

Former black star captain and the now general captain of Ghana has completed his transfer to Ghana Premier League side Legon City FC.

Asamoah Gyan, who has been without a club since January, has agreed to deal with the Legon-based club after Asante Kotoko failed to meet his demands.

braggssports.com understands Gyan has agreed to a four-year deal which will see him earn $1 million – a record in the local transfer.
As part of the deal, Gyan has asked the Ghana Premier League side to sign teenage sensation Mathew Anim Cudjoe.

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Cudjoe played on loan last season at Asante Kotoko but the Porcupine Warriors could not sign him on a permanent deal.
Gyan (34-year-old) is returning to the local league, 17 years after leaving Liberty Professionals.

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Gyan has scored 51 goals for the Black Stars since his debut in 2003 and holds the record for highest goal scorer for the Black stars.

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