Gyan playing ‘last season’ at Ebusua Dwarfs

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The top-flight's leading scorer says he’s moving out of the Mysterious Club at the end of the campaign

Ebusua Dwarfs striker Nicholas Gyan says he will be moving to another club next season after a three-year stay in Cape Coast.

The 26-year-old has had a blistering start to the Ghana Premier League new campaign, scoring six goals after eight games, to top the scorers chart. His performance has also helped to push Dwarfs for a top-four finish as they are only three points behind.

The striker has been linked with a move to Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak in the second transfer window, as well as several clubs in Europe.

“My next club could be here in Ghana or abroad as I’m undecided in that regard. I don't know where I am heading to but I'm certain it will take place,” Gyan told Class FM.

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“In life, one has to be genuinely ambitious and that will influence my choice of a future club.

“I have a big target on my mind to win trophies and make money as well, but this season remains my last season with Dwarfs. I have paid my dues and will continue to pay until the time is up for me to depart," he added.

Dwarfs, who are ninth on the log with eleven points, will travel to Accra on Sunday to play Great Olympics before a home game against Tema Youth by midweek. 

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