Asamoah Gyan has made a return to the Arabian Gulf League.
The 30-year-old moved from the Arabian Gulf League to Chinese Super League side Shanghai SIPG. The former Al Ain player was disturbed by injury troubles during his time in China.
Gyan’s move from Shanghai SIPG was also fuelled by the signing of Hulk from Zenit Zt Petersbug.
The highest scoring African at a FIFA World Cup tournament confirmed he and his agent were considering offers from England.
The former Sunderland player flew to England to seal a deal with Reading in the English Championship, a move that broke down after Gyan failed his medical according reports from getreading.co.uk.
Asamoah Gyan then made a U-turn to sign for Arabian Gulf League club Al-Ahli Dubai FC.
The Black Stars captain said after completing the transfer move:
"I want to say to all fans in UAE that I am back to UAE, I am back home. The relationship I had with people was fantastic so I had to come back and continue the relationship.
"And also I like to thank the fans of Al Ain so much. We had a great four seasons. Everything was great. I want to thank the fans for the love.
"I thank everybody so much for the love."