Jordan Ayew set to join Crystal Palace permanently

Jordan Ayew set to join Crystal Palace permanently

- Jordan Ayew is on his way to Crystal Palace from Swansea City

- He is expected to sign a permanent deal with the London-based club

- The striker scored two goals in the 2019 AFCON still ongoing in Egypt

English Premier League side Crystal Palace are close in agreeing on a permanent move for forward Jordan Ayew.

In a report sighted by on, a fee of around £2.5m with add-ons is expected to see the Ghana international return to the club, having made 24 appearances for Palace last season, scoring twice.

The report also added that, the deal could be delayed until Ayew returns from his African Cup of Nations duty in Egypt.

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Ayew - alongside brother Andre - helped the Black Stars progress to the last-16 but the team failed to qualify for the quarter-finals after losing to Tunisia on Monday, July 8, 2019.

Ayew, 27, spent last season on loan at Selhurst Park following Swansea's relegation from the Premier League.

The 58-cap international signed for Swansea from Aston Villa in January 2017.

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He scored 12 goals in 58 appearances in all competitions before signing a season-long deal with Palace last summer.

Earlier, reported how Ayew's wife, Denise Acquah reacted following the striker's performance.

Despite Ghana's early exit at the ongoing African Cup of Nations (AFCON) , Denise showered praises on her husband over his performance.

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