- Scored 10 goals for Liberty Professionals in the Ghana Premier League.
This is where it all started for Gyan who was 17 at the time. Only Shaibu Yakubu of Goldfields now Ashantigold scored more (13) than the legend in the 2003 Ghana premier League. His hat trick against B.A United at the Sunyani Coronation Park remains one of the best moments of the GPL.
- Gyan has 51 goals for Ghana since making debut in 2003.
This includes 7 goals scored at the FIFA World Cup making him till date the highest African goal scorer at the Coupe du Monde. Samuel Eto’o, Didier Drogba, Roger Milla, Emmanuel Adebayor and co all are miserable in comparison to Gyan.
- Scored 14 goals for Stade Rennes.
Gyan spent three seasons in France and left French football with 14 goals in 53 games in all events for Rennes.
- Scored 11 goals for Udinese.
The record Ghana goal scorer scored 11 times in the Serie A with Udinese between 2003 and 2008
- Scored 11 goals for Sunderland.
Gyan scored respectable eleven goals at Sunderland including some famous strikes against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge and Newcastle United.
- Scored 11 goals Shabab Al-Ahli Dubai.
- He scored 123 goals for Al Ain.
This is the most prolific part of the seventeen-year career of Asamoah Gyan. 123 goals in 4 seasons at Al Ain in 123 games was crazy. Gyan averaged a goal every game during his stay in the UAE. Crazy.
- Scored 9 goals for Kayserispor in Turkey.
Even disturbed with injuries Gyan still managed to score some goals in Turkey
- Gyan scored 8 goals for Shanghai SIPG in China where he made most of his riches in football.
On 7 July 2015, Gyan confirmed on his own website that he had left Al Ain and set to join Chinese Super League club Shanghai SIPG. Shanghai SIPG then officially announced they signed Gyan from Al Ain with an undisclosed fee. It was then revealed that Gyan’s weekly salary of £227,000 with his Chinese club instantly made him one of the world’s best paid football players.