Ghana midfielder Andre Ayew has revealed he is weighing up offers to join clubs in England, Italy and Germany after he is on the verge of leaving his French club Marseille.
The 25-year-old has been linked with top clubs in Europe and for the first time he has confirmed that most of the rumours are true.
Newcastle United, Arsenal, West Ham and Liverpool are among the clubs who are reported to havde contacted the talented player from the English Premier League.
Italian Serie A sides AS Roma and Inter Milan are believed to have expressed interest in the winger while German giants Dortmund, Schalke and Wolfsburg are said to be keen on him.
Ayew is leaving Marseille at the end of this season after turning down a new contract and revealed that he has interest from clubs in “England, Italy and Germany”.
“I need to see something new – a new country, culture, league,” Ayew told World Football on BBC World Service.
“I want to prove my worth somewhere where people don’t know me as well as they do in France.”
Ayew’s departure from Marseille will bring to an end a 28-year association that his family have with the club.
His father Abedi Pele signed for Marseille in 1987 and went on to be part of their Champions League-winning team in 1993.
Younger brother Jordan also started his career at the State Velodrome but has since joined Lorient, making the switch in July last year.
Ayew, a former BBC African Footballer of the Year, had talks with Queens Park Rangers in January but they came to nothing.
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