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Gifty Gyan Biography, Age, Career, Family, Net worth, Early Life, Weight, Height

Gifty Gyan Biography, Age, Career, Family, Net worth, Early Life, Weight, Height

Gifty Gyan is famous for being the former wife of Asamoah Gyan. They have been married since 2007. As for Asamoah, he is a footballer. Gyan appears to be in her late 30s. However, the exact facts about her date of birth and age are yet to be revealed.

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As of now, her early life mad personal information are under wraps. Gifty is currently single after her divorce from her former husband, Asamoah Gyan. The couple met for the fit time in 2003 when Gifty was married to Eugene Antwi Oware. Apparently, the coupe parted ways as a result of Gifty’s relationship with Asamoah. Then Asamoah and Gifty as well got divorced.  She has 3 children with Asamoah; Frederick Gyan, Raphael Gyan, and Ohemaa Gyan.

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Before the football player sought an annulment, the couple had been married since 2007. The supposed wife reportedly claimed that the three children with him were not his. But when he asked for a DNA test, it later resulted in a good result, proving that he is the father of his children. Unfortunately, Gyan was required to pay his $27252.30 (GH204,392.22) maintenance payment in order to obtain a divorce. Additionally, it has been claimed that he has been acting in this way in order to divorce his wife and start a new life with socialite Nina Atala. Asamoah Gyan, a Ghanaian professional football player who last played as a striker for Legon Cities FC, was the previous captain of the Ghanaian national team. He was born on November 22, 1985.

Gyan started his career in 2003 with the Ghanaian Premier League team Liberty Professionals, scoring ten goals in sixteen games. He then spent three seasons with the Serie A club Udinese via two seasons on loan at Modena, where he scored fifteen goals in 53 league games, and at Udinese, where he scored eleven goals in 39 league games.

Gyan signed on with Ligue 1 team Rennes in 2008, scoring 14 goals in 48 league games over the course of two seasons. Gyan broke Sunderland’s record for transfers in 2010 and spent two seasons in the Premier League there, scoring ten goals in thirty-four games.



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