Black Stars vice-captain Andre Ayew has been a major subject for transfer speculations with his current contract with French Ligue 1 club Olympique Marseille set to run out at the end of the current season.
The player who has been linked with a move away to a host of clubs in England and Germany has confirmed he and his father are set to meet the club president of Olympique Marseille with a stay in France still a possibility.
The 25-year-old Ghanaian told L’Equipe of his future and transfer situation:
‘The door is always open. Today, I don’t know what the future holds.
‘Soon I will meet Mr Labrune [Marseille president] with my father [Ghana legend Abedi Pele], as I currently do not have an agent.
‘We are going to hear what the president has to say and after that I will decide the next step.’
Andre Ayew who has been with the French club since 2005, breaking into the first team in the 2010/2011 season said his experience with the club will also affect his decision making with respect to where he plays his football next season.
‘Whether the club secure qualification or not for the Champions League, my decision will solely depend on what I have experienced and I can still experience at the club.
‘If I have to stay at Marseille, it will be because the club has big ambitions and things are in place to keep it that way.
‘But if this is not the case, our paths will separate but in a very nice way.
‘I’m someone who likes to prepare for the future, but right now I just take it one day at a time.’
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