By El-Amisty Nobo| Follow Amisty on twitter @ElAmistyNobo

Top African goal scorer [6 goals] in the history of the FIFA World Cup Asamoah ‘Baby Jet’ Gyan is uncertain about how he would like to retire from the Black Stars.

Speaking to ‘Myxtro The Ultimate’ on Adom TV, Asamoah Gyan who is the all-time leading goal scorer [51] for the Black Stars could not point out when and how he wish to bid farewell to the senior national soccer team of Ghana:

“People leave the national team with pain. Lots of players can testify to this, I do not want to mention names.

“Ghanaians have seen what I have done [As a player] so if they decide to do a farewell for me, definitely my soul will be happy.

“The GFA can decide to do something for me. Either I play a game or, it’ll depend on them.

“My team can equally decide to organize a testimonial game for me.”

“For now, I’m still in the game so I cannot say exactly how I would like to draw the curtains.

“I can tell you today that I want to play for the next four years, but I may wake up the next morning and call my brother [Baffour] to inform him that I want to retire.”

Asamoah Gyan [34], was the captain of the Black Stars from October 2012 until 2019 where coach Kwesi Appiah applied his pigeonhole principle ahead of the AFCON 2019, replacing Gyan with Andre Ayew as the captain.

The former Liberty Professionals striker [Asamoah Gyan] who made his international debut at age 17 on November 19, 2003, coming on to replace Isaac Boakye and scoring against Somalia has represented Ghana at three FIFA World Cups – Germany 2006, South Africa 2010, and Brazil 2014.

Gyan has also represented Ghana at eight AFCON tournaments – 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2017, and 2019. He was part of the Black Meteors team that played in the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens.