By Patrick Akoto
Ghana star Andre Ayew has revealed he will make a decision on his long-term future in the ‘next few weeks’.
The 25-year-old is on the verge of ending a 10-year association with French giants Marseille when the curren season comes to an end.
The Ghanaian international, has insisted he will not renew his contract with the Lique 1 outfit, prompting several clubs to enquire about his availability.
Andre’s boyhood club Liverpool as well as Tottenham, Newcastle and Everton are among a quartet of English clubs keen to snap his signature.
And while he admits it would be difficult to walk away from the club he joined as a trainee a decade ago, Ayew says starring in the top tier of English football is a possibility.
“I’ve had discussions with Marseille and I’ve also had a few offers from different clubs,” he said.
“I’m taking my time and soon I will take a decision on my future. And yes, there is a possibility I will come to the Premier League and possibly to another country.
“I’ve had offers to leave Marseille when we didn’t have Champions League. I think I will take my time, have a good discussion, and try to end our discussions with the president here very well and from there we’ll take a decision whether to continue or to go somewhere else.
“But very soon, in the next few weeks, my decision will be taken.”
The second son of Ghana legend Abedi Pele reached the finals of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations with Ghana this year.
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