Ghana forward Andre Ayew looking for new challenge abroad


Andre Ayew on his way out of Marseille

Andre Ayew on his way out of Marseille

Andre Ayew insists he will not move to any club in France after leaving Olympique Marseille this weekend.

The Ghana forward will be on the hunt for a new club after the end of the season when his contract with the French giants expires.

Several clubs mainly from England, Germany and Italy have been linked to the 25-year-old.

There are however subtle rumours big spenders Monaco and PSG will be lining a deal for Ayew to remain in France.

But the Ghana forwards has ruled out staying in France beyound his stay at Marseille.

?I am 25 years old now and if I finished my contract with Marseille now, it is time for me to leave France,? he told the BBC.

?Not to say that I can play in another club in France because that is not possible.

?I need to see something new and try and progress.

?New country, new culture, new league, new style of play and also try and prove my worth somewhere where people don?t know me well as here.?

Ayew rose through the ranks of the Marseille academy to become one of their leading players in the first team over the last eight years.

He will however be leaving the club this summer as a free agent after the club failed to reach an agreement with him over a contract extension.

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