Gyan signed a performance-based contract but NOT worth $1M – Legon Cities PRO debunks rumor

    Communications Officer of Legon Cities, Kwame Dwomoh Agyemang, has refuted claims in the media that Asamoah Gyan’s move to the club is worth $1million.

    The 34 year old striker stole the limelight on transfer deadline day after joining the Royals ahead of the new season.

    Gyan, who has been without a club since January, signed a one-year contract with the former Ghana Premier Champions.

    The moneybags beat off fierce competition from Kumasi Asante Kotoko to secure the signing of the former Sunderland star.

    The club’s PRO, in an interview with Accra based Vision 1 FM, refused to go into the exact details of the deal but stated that his outfit signed a performance based contract with the Legendary Ghanaian striker.

    “Gyan will play for us this season and if things go on well there is the possibility that he will stay with us for another season. Gyan’s contract is structured, we have seen a lot of things in the media but that isn’t the case.”

    “We can’t disclose the amount he is going to take even the Europeans do not do that. What we normally hear are speculations from the media. There is no club that will disclose the salary of a player because it is confidential.”

    “What I can say is that he signed a performance-based contract,” he concluded.

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