It’s a discussion that has seethed via web-based networking media as of late, with the Premier League set to return on June 17 after a long break due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Who is Ghana’s best-ever player throughout the entire existence of the English top-flight?
Various Ghanaian have played and flourished in the Premier League throughout the years.
Tony Yeboah was revered during his time at Leeds United and is viewed as a legend there in spite of spending just two full seasons at the club.
Michael Essien was viewed as one of the world’s best midfielders while at Chelsea while Andre and Jordan Ayew, and Jeffrey Schlupp have discovered some achievement in the association too.
Others including Sulley Muntari, Richard Kingson, Asamoah Gyan and John Paintsil have additionally had their time under the English spotlight.
Be that as it may, which of them is the best?
For Citi Sports’ Daniel Koranteng, there’s no uncertainty about who ought to be viewed as Ghana’s best fare to the Premier League – Michael Essien.
He really demands that it would be a “transgression” to think anybody other than Essien was the best.
In the wake of recognizing Jeff Schlupp (Leicester City, Crystal Palace), Tony Yeboah (Leeds) and Jordan Ayew’s (Aston Villa, Swansea and Crystal Palace) sway for their sides, Daniel Koranteng continued to express that Essien was unarguably the best Ghanaian to have at any point played in the Premier League.
Christopher Nimley shared his slants, expressing that Essien, Yeboah and Jordan Ayew were light a very long time in front of any Ghanaian who highlighted in the group.
One of Nathan Quao picks was Asamoah Gyan, who had an enduring effect on the Premier League in spite of his short stretch at Sunderland.
Indeed, even General Secretary of the Ghana Football Association, Prosper Harrison Addo, had his state.