Ghana forward Edwin Gyasi is set return to CSKA Sofia in January following lack of playing time at MLS side Dallas FC.
The 28-year-old joined the Major League Soccer side on a season long loan from the Bulgarian giants in July this year with an option to make the deal permanent.
However, the Ghanaian has not had playing opportunities, forcing him to cut short his loan contract, SportsworldGhana.com understands.
The skillful winger is not happy about how he has been restricted to limited playing time and has voiced his concerns.
The Netherlands-born winger will return to the Bulgarian first-division team CSKA Sofia in the winter.
He feels isolated after being left out of the team’s last matches in the MLS.
“I know my qualities, my teammates know them too,” he told Pro Soccer USA.
“Obviously, I came here for more playing time, and I’m not playing right now. I work hard during training and if I say I’m not disappointed I’m not playing, I’ll lie.
“In the beginning I had to get used to the weather and everything. It was very hot, but I got used to it. I think I need them to give me a chance. Nobody here can tell me I’m not good enough to not be in my 18s, ”the Ghanaian national complained.
The Ghana international scored six goals and 10 assists in 50 appearances for CSKA before joining FC Dallas.
Gyasi began his career in AZ Alkmaar academy system before joining Dutch second-division team SC Telstar on a one-year loan, where he scored three goals and recorded one assist in 31 appearances.
He recorded 14 goals and seven assists in 70 appearances between the first team and reserves of Eredivisie teams De Graafschap (2012), FC Twente (2012-2013) and Heracles Almelo (2013-2015).
He also appeared in Dutch second-division team Roda JC Kerkade and Norway’s former first-division team Aalesund FK before joining CSKA in 2018.
Born to Ghanaian parents in Amsterdam, Gyasi has earned five appearances for Ghana’s national team with one goal to his credit.
He made his senior debut for the Black Stars on Sept. 5, 2017 in a World Cup Qualifier against Egypt on Nov. 12, 2017.
Gyasi scored the only goal to salvage the Black Stars a point against the Pharaohs of Egypt.