Ayew favours move to England

Andre Ayew claims to be happy at Marseille, but admits the opportunity to play in England would appeal if a move is made.

Last Updated: 13/07/13 at 16:04 Post Comment

Andre Ayew: Ruling nothing out during summer transfer window

Andre Ayew: Ruling nothing out during summer transfer window

The 23-year-old has spent his entire career to date on the books at Stade Velodrome.

He insists he is in no rush to leave, but is ruling nothing out as the summer transfer window intensifies.

Ayew says there is interest in his services and has made it clear that the Premier League would be his preferred destination if a deal can be agreed.

He said in L'Equipe: "No offers at the moment? Who told you that no great clubs are interested me? Is the summer market already over?

"It is not my intention to leave Marseille. I am happy here. But if I say I want to leave, there will be offers.

"I have always loved England, but I am in no rush.

"You can dream of playing at a higher level, especially at my age, but the most important thing is to carry on improving and become a better player in your position."

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ow is the time for Allardyce to finally get a chance at a big club please. He is likely to have a number of great offers for his services this summer, but who will he choose? Will it be Liverpool, Real Madrid, Dortmund or Man City?

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thought exactly this when the Match of the Day pundits were peddling this line. Is it really not okay for fans of a club to have some ambition these days then?

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ow magnanimous off him - to leave if he's asked to by the owners? What's the alternative, bunker down in his office claiming squatter's rights if FSG want rid?

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