New Sunderland Boss Pondering Asamoah Gyan's Return

Newly-appointed Sunderland manager Martin O�Neil has confirmed considering options to return Asamoah Gyan to the Stadium of Light. All the �mess� at the club has been wiped clean by the new boss who is looking to get all hands on deck including the Ghana striker as the Black Cats mount a charge to avoid the drop. Gyan, 26, became public enemy no.1 on Tyneside with a �6m loan move to UAE club Al Ain where he ended up tripling his wages to a reported � 120,000 a week. And though immediate past manager Steve Bruce virtually slammed the door on Gyan�s return, O�Neil insists it is an issue he will be monitoring with keen interest. �It�s something I�ll address. I have to find out exactly where we stand on that,� the ex Aston Villa boss said said. �His position will definitely be looked at.� Gyan on the other hand has extended support to the new boss by saying: �I wish our new manager Martin O�Neill all the best.�