Asamoah Gyan is set to be unveiled as one of the major owners of Ghanaian second tier club Phar Rangers, FootballMadeInGhana.com can exclusively reveal.
The Black Stars captain has been locked in discussions with the President of the club Nana Yaw Amponsah and other high ranking officials over his role as a shareholder.
Gyan, 31, has expressed interest in making a huge investment in the Division One club in their ambitious bid to become a model club in Ghana.
A large chunk of Gyan’s investment is expected to be used to complete key infrastructural projects of the club including their home stadium in Mampong.
Phar Rangers have adopted Dreams FC’s grounds, The Theatre of Dreams in Dawu for their officials matches since they won promotion to play in Zone III of the national second tier league.
The completion of their ultra-modern office complex is also one of the club’s priority projects.
Several management members of Asamoah Gyan’s chain of companies have been drafted into high-level positions in Phar Rangers.
Samuel Anim Addo who is the Chief Executive Officer of the Asamoah Gyan foundation has been appointed Vice President of the club with his legal counsel Kissi Agyabeng also being made a board member.
The club is expected to make an announcement to confirm rumors of Gyan’s involvement in the club in the coming days.