Ghana midfielder Andre Ayew says there a possibility of him remaining staying at French giants Olympique Marseille this summer despite high demands for his services.
The future of the 24-year-old has been speculated and linked with stellar European sides including Arsenal and Liverpool.
Ayew’s contract with the Phoenicians will expire in 2015 and there are reports he will leave after the World Cup.
Two things can happen during the summer transfer window; the winger can be sold or he will extend his stay at the Stade Velodrome.
Ayew has said he is opened to both possibilities.
“I am happy here,” Ayew told Provence. “It is true that in June, there will be a year of my contract. Those are questions that arises club and I think that too. If leaders want to offer me something, we’ll see.”
Ayew has made 16 Ligue 1 appearances this season and scored two goals.