Swansea wants Andre Ayew back – Reports making their way to the media suggest that English club Swansea City want to re-sign their former player Andre Ayew from West Ham United.
This report which emanated from The Sun on December 5, via Wales Online said that Andre ‘Dede’ Ayew could return to the English Premier League club soonest.
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The report continued that Swansea wants Andre Ayew to be brought back in a cut-price deal, and they could make their move during the January transfer window with their place in the top flight at risk as things stand.
According to reports, Swansea boss Paul Clement has a transfer fund at his disposal with the 27-year-old a target for around half the price he departed for.
Though not a confirmed report, there are speculations as to why the Premier League giants would want the West Ham forward.
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Before joining Swansea, Ayew played for Marseille between 2007-15, scoring 60 times in 202 appearances.
Ayew joined Swansea in 2015 on a free transfer, signing a four-year contract with the Swans pending Premier League and international clearance. He scored his first goal for the club on his debut against Chelsea on 8 August 2015 in a 2–2 draw.
The next year -2016- Dede signed for West Ham United for a then club record fee of £20.5 million on a three-year contract, with the option of an extra two years.
His debut game for West Ham, on 15 August 2016, against Chelsea, lasted 35 minutes, having been substituted after sustaining a thigh injury.
Ayew, who was on target against the United States and Germany at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, has won more than 60 caps for Ghana and had scored 52 goals in 181 games for Marseille since making his debut in 2007.
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