Jordan Ayew on the radar of Southampton
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Jordan Ayew on the radar of Southampton

Jordan Ayew on the radar of Southampton

21 May 2019, 12:15

Ghana international Jordan Ayew has reportedly attracted the interest of Southampton ahead of the summer transfer window. 

Ayew spent a season-long loan spell at Crystal Palace and could join the Saints in the summer after it emerged that they are lining up a bid for the striker. 

The 27-year-old was earlier reported to be close to making a 4 million pounds switch to Palace but it is yet to be known where his future lies, as Roy Hodgson ponders on the striker's role at the club.

The Swansea forward failed to replicate the form that saw him move to the Eagles last summer following the relegation of the Welsh club, playing 20 games and scoring only once at Palace.

However, his experience in the Premier League makes him a suitable choice for Southampton, who are looking at strengthening their attacking force.

Jordan Ayew is expected to be part of Kwesi Appiah's team for the Africa Cup of Nations but the striker would make a decision about his future after the tournament.  

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