- Andre Ayew is one of the richest Ghanaian footballers abroad
- He is the second son of Ghanaian football legend, Abedi Ayew Pele
- Dede Ayew has played for top European clubs like West Ham, Marseille and Fenerbache
Black Stars captain Dede Ayew is one player who has won the hearts of many Ghanaians due to his commitment on the field of play.
Andre, who is the second son of Ghanaian legend, Abedi Pele Ayew, has left a mark in all the football clubs he has played.
For now, Dede who plies his trade for English side Swansea City is one of the highest paid Ghanaian footballers in Europe.
And making a list of the richest active Ghanaian footballers, Andre’s name will not be left out.
Aside his father’s wealth, the 29-year-old attacking midfielder has also been amassing some wealth on his own.
Though it is not official, but Andre can boast of over $15 million in his account.
However, aside having such money, Andre as a football star has acquired some properties.
These properties include some expensive cars.
A look into Andre’s garage shows how rich he is, as the cars in his garage include, G-Wagon, Hammer, Bentley, Infinity, etc.
These cars in Dede's garage have an estimated value of over $800, 000.
Andre born on December 17, 1989, began his career in Ghana, playing for Nania, while debuting for the club at age 14.
In 2005, he signed with his father's former club, Marseille, and spent two seasons in the club's youth academy before making his debut in the 2007–08 season.
Ayew spent the following two seasons on loan with Lorient and Arles-Avignon, helping the latter team earn promotion to Ligue 1 for the first time.
In 2010, he returned to Marseille and became an integral part of the first team under manager Didier Deschamps, making over 200 appearances and winning consecutive Trophée des champions and Coupe de la Ligues in both 2010 and 2011.
Ayew has been a full international for Ghana since 2008 and has earned over 80 caps scoring 15 goals in the process.
At youth level, he starred for and captained the under-20 team that won both the 2009 African Youth Championship and the 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup.
He has played in two FIFA World Cups (2010 and 2014), as well as six Africa Cup of Nations (2008, 2010, 2012, 2015, 2017 and 2019), helping them finish runner-up in 2010 and 2015, and was top goalscorer at the latter tournament.
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