Ghana’s captain Andre Ayew returned to Swansea City after his loan spell at Fenerbache.
The Wales-based club can no longer afford Andre Ayew and are willing to offload before the season starts on August 11. The swans are yet to receive a single offer for the Ghanaian after returning from the AFCON in Egypt.
Ayew began his career in Ghana playing for Nania FC at the age of 14 before signing for his father’s former club Marseille. On June 10 2015, Premier League side Swansea City announced the signing of Ghana’s Andre Ayew on a free transfer pending premier league clearance.
Ayew had a fantastic season at Swansea City scoring and making an assist against Manchester United. He was named premier league player of the month of August and Swansea City GWFX Player of the month of August.
On 8 August 2016 Ayew signed for West Ham United for a club-record fee of £20.5M on a 3 year deal with an option of an extra two years. Recurring injuries plaque Dede’s career at West Ham which enabled the club to send him back on a season-long loan at Swansea City. The left-footed winger spent last season on loan at Fenerbache but proved dismal as he only scored 5 goals throughout the season.
He is back at a club who are reportedly struggling to offload him in the ongoing transfer window
So where next for Ghana’s captain Andre Ayew.
Story By: Isaac Mortey