The Black Stars captain has spent the last year on loan with UAE giants Al Ahli where he has had limited game time due to injuries.
Reports in China indicate that Shanghai SIPG will not use the option to extend Gyan's two-year deal signed in July 2015 due to these niggling injuries which have given him few minuteson the field both in China and UAE.
With two months remaining on his contract with the Chinese side, Gyan remains confident of landing another deal elsewhere as a result of the many offers he has received.
'Now I have a lot of options,'' he said.
''I do not want to mention names, but there is a lot on the table. I will decide at the end of the season.''
Gyan has managed to score five goals in 13 league appearances which includes eight starts and been substituted on five times. He has scored 49 goals for Ghana and could make the 50 mark should he play and score against Ethiopia in the 2019 AFCON qualifier.
Source: Joy Sports