Complex says: Asamoah Gyan put down a marker at the World Cup in 2006 and he was expected to make a name for himself quickly—but he went a bit quiet. However, after three goals in the 2010 African Cup of Nations, he came alive in South Africa, leading the line fearlessly with seemingly limitless energy. After missing a penalty with the last kick of the game against Uruguay he proved he had the biggest pair in the tournament by stepping up to strike home the first kick of the shootout.
Team that should buy him: Looks certain to move on from Rennes with West Ham among the names linked. His energy would certainly suit the Premier League, but could well choose to join up with teammate Dominic Adiyah at AC Milan. The aging Milanese could do with his energy.