Ghana captain Andre Ayew pops up on the radar of Newcastle United

Ghana captain Andre Ayew pops up on the radar of Newcastle United

  • Ghana captain Andre Ayew has popped on the radar of Newcastle United
  • Newcastle United is interested in the former Swansea star
  • Ayew is currently a free agent and could join the Magpies for free

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English Premier League outfit, Newcastle United, is interested in signing Ghana captain Andre Ayew in the summer transfer window, according to chroniclelive.

The 31-year-old is currently a free agent and could join any club of his choice as several teams show interest in him.

The former Olympique Marseille striker ended last season in phenomenal fashion, netting 17 goals to singlehandedly lift Swansea fo the finals of the promotion play-offs, but lost out to Brentford.

Ghana captain Andre Ayew pops up on the radar of Newcastle United
Ghana captain Andre Ayew pops up on the radar of Newcastle United. Source: Twitter/ @AyewAndre
Source: Twitter

His impressive campaign makes him a good addition to the Magpies, who are looking at strengthening their attack as Joe Willovk returns to parent club Arsenal in the summer.

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Newcastle United was one of the teams hit hard by the financial crisis that affected football due to COVID-19.

The St James' Park owner, Mike Ashley was close to selling the club to Saudi Arabian investors but the English FA regulations stalled the process.

Ayew previously played for Marseille, Swansea in two stints, and West Ham United.

In related sports news, YEN.com.gh reported that the sons of legendary Ghanaian footballer Abedi Pele, Rahim, Andrew, and Jordan, have been reunited after the end of their respective seasons in Europe.

The two Black Stars players, Andre and Jordan met senior brother Rahim in Accra and took a beautiful picture that every family would love to see.

Andre Ayew, captain of the Black Stars returned to Ghana a fortnight ago after helping Swansea City to the English Promotion play-offs final.

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Source: Yen Newspaper

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