Legendary Ghana forward Asamoah Gyan has played down reports that he is not in good terms with Black Stars captain Andre Ayew.
Asamoah Gyan was stripped off the Blackstars captaincy role for his then deputy Dede Ayew prior to 2019 AFCON in Egypt.
That moved by then Headcaoch Kwesi Appiah raised a lot of questions that fuel the purported division of camp between Asamoah Gyan and Dede Ayew in the national team.
However, the 34-year old Black Stars forward says he has no problem with the Swansea forward.
“No I don’t have any problem with Andre, I think people (outside) created that impression, sometimes we even laugh about it,” he told TV3 Sports.
“In life you don’t know people’s mind, I might talk to you right now but I might not like you but I have to talk to you.
“I see what is in-front of me, I don’t see what is behind me. For me what I see in Andre, I don’t have any problem, but behind I don’t know (what he thinks of me) behind.
“Behind he doesn’t know what I also have in mind. But from what I see, he is a positive guy, who knows his job, who is very passionate about his job, who laughs, who motivates people. That is the Andre I know,” he concluded.
Asamoah Gyan is the highest Blackstars scorer with 51 goals, although he has not retired yet he missed the last two national call-ups for AFCON qualifiers.
By: By: Joe Okyere Dewryta Itaalia