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Ayew duo on Marseille future

Andre Ayew has admitted he may leave Marseille at the end of the season, but his brother now looks set to stay at the club.

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The Ayew brothers: Andre could leave, while Jordan looks set to stay

The Ayew brothers: Andre could leave, while Jordan looks set to stay

The siblings have been linked with moves away from the Stade Velodrome, but it looks as though it will be the elder brother who will be the one to go after Marseille said they were ready to listen to offers for the midfielder.

23-year-old Andre has reportedly been targeted by the likes of Manchester United and Barcelona and insisted he will be looking for a club that matches his ambitions.

He said: "The club have made it clear if they receive a good offer they will listen to that, but I will not go just to please the club, I will go to a club that want to win trophies.

"But now I want to finish the season well with Marseille and qualify for the Champions League."

Meanwhile, brother Jordan appears to have performed something of a U-turn in his immediate plans.

The 21-year-old Ghanaian said earlier this season that he wanted to leave after finding himself out of Elie Baup's side.

But he now sees his long-term future at the Stade Velodrome.

"I could even see myself finishing my career at Marseille," he said, "I am very happy here, it is a great club and everything here is set up for success.

"I have to be a success here and even if there is no Champions League football next season, I can assure you I will be here."

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