English premier league side, West Ham United FC, is ready to part ways with their Ghanaian import, Andre Morgan Dede Ayew. The Black Stars deputy skipper has endured a checkered career in his time with the Hammers with the new boss endorsing his departure from the London based side.
Andre Ayew made perfect debut in English football with eye catching outing for Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium to earn a dream move to West Ham United. The former Olympique Marseilles man however failed to replicate his goal scoring form in the Hammers jerseys, with injuries playing a huge part of it.
With the winter transfer window looming, reports in the English media all but confirmed the readiness of West Ham United to cash in on the Ghanaian wide man provided the right offers pop up. An initial reunion with his brother at South Wales is been hooted but the current form of Austrian star man Marko Arnathauvic draws Ayew closer to the exit doors at West Ham United.
Andrew Ayew registered 13 goals in his first season with Swansea City FC to earn a £20million dream move to West Ham in the summer of 2016.