Soccer News of Monday, 15 August 2016
Swansea City and West Ham United are still interested in signing Jordan Ayew but negotiations are likely to go down till the final day of the transfer window.
Swansea look set to snap up Jordan as a replacement for his elder brother Andre Ayew who joined the Hammer last week.
West Ham United is also interested in him although there are some players who are ahead of him in the preference order.
According to multiple reports in the English media a deal away from Villa Park is still likely for Ayew although it is likely to be a late deal with Aston Villa looking at possible replacement before doing business.
Jordan Ayew’s father who is also his agent has stayed over in England in anticipation of a possible deal before returning to Ghana.
Ayew joined Villa from Lorient last season and scored a total of 8 goals although it was not enough to keep Villa afloat.