African soccer Transfers: Gyan , Pienaar, and Emenike join new teams

Ghanian internatinal Asamoah Gyan signing a two years contract with Turkish Club Kayserispor official.

 

Ghana Black Star captain Asamoah Gyan signed a two years deal with Turkey top flight side Kayserispor on Wednesday 5th July 2017.

The known Pacey striker returns to Europe after a five year spell in Asian clubs since his departure from England’s Sunderland FC in 2012, he has featured for United Arab giants Al Ain, Al Ahli Dubai and China’s Shanghai SIPG.

Gyan, 31, began his football career in Ghana with Liberty Professionals in 2003, where he impressed Italian side Udinese who signed him in the same year until 2008 although he spent two seasons on loan at Modena.

He later joined France’s Stade Rennes in 2008 netting 48 goals before making a switch to Sunderland FC in 2010 after putting up an astonishing performance at world cup in South Africa.

South African midfielder Steve Pienaar pose with the Bidvist Wits coach Gavin Hant after signing a one year deal.

 

Meanwhile in the other transfers, former Everton starlet Steve Pienaar joined South African PSL Champions Bidvest Wits on a one year contract.

Pienaar, 35, his contract with Sunderland FC had expired and as a free agent, he opted to sign for a home team as he prepares for his retirement.

He played for Netherland’s Ajax Amsterdam and Borussia Dortmund before joining England premier League Everton FC and Sunderland in 2008 and 2016 respectively.

Nigerian striker Emmanuel Emenike being revealed at Olympiakos FC in Greece on Wednesday 5th July 2017

 

As well, Nigerian Striker Emanuel Emenike joined Greek giants Olympiakos FC from Turkish Fernabache FC.

Olympiakos paid 2M Euros to get the signature of the Nigerian, however, his form declined since joining Fernabache from Spartak Moscow in 2013, although he made a successive first season performance netting 19 season goals; he was loaned to Al Ain in UAE and Westham IN England for two seasons since 2015.

 

Kasirye Alex (KMAUPDATES)

 

 

 

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