Andre and Jordan Ayew both inhabit Premier League outfits being Swansea City and West Ham United respectively, and the likelihood of the brothers leaving for pastures new has been
The Duo’s father
“Well, I think that it’s just rumours,” he said whilst at a youth tournament with his side Nania FC – via Wales Online.
“I have just come from Marseille and nothing like that has been raised.”
According to reports in France, Andre is supposedly on the verge of a move back to the Stade Velodrome, just a year after he left Swansea City to link-up with Slaven Bilic at the London Stadium for £20.5m.
Ayew Senior then continued to portray that football is indeed an ever changing constant, hinting towards the notion that anything is possible:
“You know in football things happen so fast and we are still looking forward to the few weeks and days ahead of us.”
Jordan joined the Swans in January following his exit from Aston Villa, and after a slow start to life at the Liberty Stadium, his endeavours began to come to fruition towards the back-end of the 2016-17 campaign.
Stark contrast to his sibling’s current situation, there has been no solid indication that Jordan is angling for a move away from South Wales, instead the 25-year-old appears to be relishing the opportunity to perform for Paul Clement’s side next term.
“The best is yet to come from me. This season was really difficult for me, at Aston Villa it was difficult,” he said following the 2-1 win over West Bromwich Albion.
“Next season I’m going to be at Swansea so I’m going to have a good preparation, rest well and come back fresh and hopefully I’ll have a wonderful season.
“I hope people are happy with the club’s survival and hopefully next season we will not have this situation, we want to keep this momentum going into next season.”