Kayserispor and striker Asamoah Gyan are reportedly at loggerheads over unpaid wages as it has become uncertain whether he will remain at the club, according to Turkish reports.
Gyan claims that the Turkish outfit owes him wages of approximately €150,000 for which he has instructed his lawyers to file a lawsuit against the management.
According to reports in Turkey, Kayserispor’s legal representatives have asked for “more time” as they seek to sort out the unpaid wages Gyan is claiming he is owed.
The Ghana international, who recently announced he is coming out of international retirement to help the Black Stars end their 37-year trophy drought in the upcoming African Cup of Nations in Egypt, has had a tough time since joining the Super Lig outfit.
He has made just 13 appearances this season during which he has scored 3 goals in the red-and-yellow jersey.
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