Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan says he will venture into coaching upon retirement from active football.
Gyan, who turns 30 on Saturday, emerged as Ghana’s all-time best striker with an enviable goal scoring feat for both club and country.
The Shanghai SIPG attacker has provided some special moments and heartbreaks in nearly 13 years in the Black Stars jersey and has expressed his desire to get into football managerial role.
“After football I will get into business or maybe I can even go back to be a coach. I will start some coaching course,” he told Morning Starr host Nii Arday Clegg.
The Ghana international has already established some businesses such as the Gyan Estates, Vits Noodles and the Baby Jet Boxing promotion.