Olympique Marseille player Andre Ayew is having a hard time imagining what it will be like on Saturday when his French club entertains Bastia in the last league game of the season.
The Black Stars vice-captain who will possibly be playing his last game for the French club reckoned ‘it’s a game that will be very special for me. I do not know what will happen. I do not know what awaits me after.’
Ayew disclosed his departure from Olympique Marseille where he started from their youth system was not an easy choice to make saying ‘honestly’ that the decision was ‘very hard to take’ and that President Vincent Labrune ‘really tried to do everything that I stay.’
The Ghanaian also backed his club to finish on a high in the league and believes ‘OM can finish third’ and trusts that his brother of FC Lorient ‘Jordan will score one or two goals’ against Monaco in the last league game of the season to support Marseille’s quest of finishing third.
Ayew praised Marseille for their performances in the first half of the season but also acknowledged the complications in the second half.
The Ghana international despite admitting to leaving Olympique Marseille is yet to disclose where his next adventure is. Ayew has been linked with a host of clubs in England, Germany and Italy.
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