AL AIN, United Arab Emirates (AP) -Ghana striker Asamoah Gyan says he may return to topflight football, despite being "very happy" with his Al Ain club.
Gyan, who last year left Sunderland for a season-long loan move to the United Arab Emirates, said everything has been "perfect" in a season in which he has been the league's top scorer and led Al Ain to its 10th title. But he refused to rule out a move, saying he has been approached by several clubs whom he refused to name.
Gyan also said he plans to meet Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah this week in Dubai to discuss his future. Gyan took an indefinite leave from the team in February, after missing a penalty in a semifinal loss to Zambia in the African Cup of Nations.