Turkish Super Lig giants, Bursaspor have pulled out of the race to sign out of contract Ghana striker Asamoah Gyan.
The 31-year-old this season has attracted the interest of a number of clubs after completing his two-year deal with China’s Shanghai SIPG.
The Green Crocodiles jumped in front with a concrete offer last week and were considered favourites to land the Ghana national team record scorer but have now been put off by his “multiple representatives”.
Club President Ali Ay has revealed that they could not engage with “many managers” in attempt to sign one player.
“There have been problems with the managers related to Asamoah Gyan and now we are not interested in the deal,” he stated at the unveiling of French manager Paul Le Guen.
“We offered 1.6 million euros. Asamoah Gyan wanted more and other managers joined in [the negotiations].
“We have given up on this transfer. Two managers cannot deal with Bursaspor [on one player]. We are not interested anymore,” Ay reiterated.