Premier League and Championship clubs are ready to battle it out for the 26-year-old winger, who plays in Aalesunds FK in Norway
GHANA winger Edwin Gyasi has SEVEN clubs in England chasing him after his scoring on his international debut.
And Middlesbrough, Bristol City, Sheffield Wednesday, QPR and Cardiff are looking to bring him to the Championship in a £2million deal for the second half of the season.
Gyasi netted on his full Ghana debut against Egypt during the international break after a first call-up to the squad earlier in the season.
The ex-FC Twente forward played for Holland’s youth teams but chose to represent Ghana, where his parents are from.
But he holds a European passport which will make it easier to move to England when the January transfer window opens.
Gyasi has one year left on his contract at Aalesunds FK, who may look to cash in rather than lose him for nothing at the end of 2018.
He recently spoke about his decision to snub Holland and commit his international future to Ghana.
Gyasi said: “I don’t regret choosing Ghana over Netherlands.
“I speak Twi, my parents are from Ghana and I also don’t feel like I’m Dutch, because I’m a Ghanaian.
Source: The Sun