Two weeks ago, MyNewsGh.com filed the exclusive story of Black Stars Skipper Asamoah Gyan who is claiming he is broke and has not been paid for many months for which reason he is unable to foot the cost of the Business class travel of his wife and three children.
It has now emerged from Gyan family source that Asamoah Gyan has finally submitted proof of his being broke, and shockingly, it is a National Investment Bank (NIB) Account with 4000 Ghana cedis.
According to Asamoah Gyan, â€œMy front and back, up and down is that money (GHÂ¢4000) you see thereâ€. MyNewsGh.com learnt when he was challenged if he didnâ€™t have any account overseas, in Europe, Asia or elsewhere he plied his footballing trade, Asamoah Gyan submitted a Bank account from Turkey that had zero balance as proof he has truly not been paid for several months.
Deep throat family sources have disclosed that Asamoah Gyanâ€™s three children have began asking questions about his whereabout as they have not heard from their father since August this year, not even on Christmas where usually he visits when on break. He has refused or is unable to return calls to his phone to talk to his own children until DNA test proves otherwise. The DNA test is scheduled in early January next year.
Gifty Gyan met Asamoah Gyan in 2002 and married him in 2013 after they had dated for 11 years. She got pregnant in 2005 and gave birth to the playerâ€™s firstborn Frederick Asamoah Gyan, whom Baffour Gyan said looks like Captain Planet and Prince David Osei combined.
MyNewsGh.com earlier confirmed that Black Stars skipper Asamoah Gyan did NOT ask for a DNA test of his three children with his wife but it was rather a request his elder brother, Baffuor Gyan who survives on his younger active brother put out and leaked to the media.
It is, however, true that Asamoah Gyan has filed for a marriage Annulment in order to be able to remarry. He intends to marry â€˜popularâ€™ socialite Nina Atalah, former wife of Buju Banton and ex-girlfriend of Stephen Appiah, John Dumelo and allegedly, Ibrahim Mahama