Olympique de Marseille forward Andre Ayew has reportedly turned down a contract offer, with reduced wages, from the French club.
The Ghana international’s deal at the Stade Velodrome expires at the end of the season and L’OM remain keen to tie him down on fresh terms.
Ayew had been expected to leave France during the January transfer window, but opted to focus on Ghana and theh 2015 Africa Cup of Nations.
However, the club’s latest offer has been deemed insufficient and while Ayew is willing to stay at Marseille, he’s not willing to accept lower wages.
“In my head, everything is open,” he told RTL. “If I must leave then I shall. But I love Marseille. Soon we will meet about it.
Asked specifically about wages, Ayew added: “A player wants to advance in all aspects.”
The 25-year-old recently returned to the club after competing in the AFCON final, scoring in the 2-2 draw with Reims at the weekend.
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