February 28, 2024

After leaving Nottingham Forest, the player is in “advanced negotiations” with a new club; he wants a speedy agreement.

 

In order to get fit for the Africa Cup of Nations and pursue his first club after Nottingham Forest, André Ayew may play in Ligue 1.

 

Foot Mercato claims that the forward, who has been without a club since leaving Nottingham Forest in the summer, is in “advanced negotiations” over a move to France.

 

André Ayew - Player profile | Transfermarkt

 

He had been with Steve Cooper’s side since February this year after arriving on a free transfer following a two-year spell with Al-Sadd in Qatar.

Ayew managed 13 games and ‘proved through his performances’ that he had not lost any of his talent, but it was not enough to convince Nottingham Forest into a long-term commitment.
He’s since had offers from Turkey, Saudi Arabia and MLS, but not found an agreement with anyone, as well as being passed over by Marseille.

 

It seems they weren’t the only side interested in Ligue 1, though, and Foot Mercato report he is now in advanced negotiations that could even reach a positive conclusion this weekend.

 

The player is hoping to wrap up a deal quickly so he can get back to his best and performing ahead of the African Cup of Nations, which would be his last challenge at the international level.

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