- Swansea City manager Paul Clement has revealed that Jordan Ayew will be available to play for Newcastle United this weekend
- Just three days ago, the Black Stars striker was ruled unfit to play
Ghana forward Jordan Ayew has made a swift recovery from the food poisoning he suffered during the week, and will be available to feature for Swansea over the weekend.
The 25-year-old was admitted at the hospital on Monday morning after suffering from food poisoning.
Jordan subsequently missed the Black Stars' crucial World Cup qualifier against Congo in Brazzaville, with the Ghana Football Association (GFA) confirming that his absence was as a result of the illness he suffered.
Ghana went on to win the encounter by five goals to one, with Atletico Madrid's Thomas Partey recording a hat-trick whiles Richmond Boakye-Yiadom also bagged a brace.
However, it has now been confirmed that Jordan will be fit to feature in his club's Premiership match this weekend.
Swansea will be facing Newcastle United on Sunday, and the club's coach confirmed that Jordan has recovered in time to take part in the clash.
"Jordan is fit and well after missing the game through illness," Swansea City boss Paul Clement said in an interview with Wales Online.
"There were some worrying pictures of him in a hospital bed, he trained on his own yesterday and he was back in full training today so no problems.
"It was precautionary that he was in hospital so he is okay and available."
Jordan has scored once in three appearances this season, with Swansea also recording their first win of the campaign when they beat Crystal Palace 2-0 before the international break.
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