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Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea hungry for Ayew

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The winter transfer window is in full swing but already preparing for the European clubs this summer. And on the side of England, is already examining the issue of Andre Ayew, the Ghanaian international Om.

If Andre Ayew went to Gabon and Equatorial Guinea to compete in the CAN 2012, European clubs have not forgotten the little Marseilles. It must be said that the Ghanaian is, for almost two years, one of the most consistent Phoenicians.

A talent that was recently recognized by the BBC, who appointed African player of the year, twenty years after his father, Adeba Pele. At 22, the youngest of the brothers Ayew (after and before Jordan Rahim) is on track to surpass his illustrious father.

Clubs courting the talented Black Star are legion. According to the British press, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea would keep an eye on Andre Ayew. If the Olympian should not leave the Canebière this winter, it is therefore almost certain this winter. The three Premier League clubs would be willing to open their checkbook before poaching the 22 years.

Kenny Dalglish, the Reds’ coach, would be under the spell of wing, under contract until June 2015, and would like to associate it with the Uruguayan Luis Suarez in attack. But to convince a player of such talent, it must first secure a place in the Champions League.

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