English Premier League side, West Ham United is reportedly willing to offload Ghana forward Andre Ayew if they receive the right offer for the player.
The 28-year old Ghanaian moved to the London side in 2016 for a then record fee of £20.6m, on the back of a successful debut season in the Premier League with Swansea where he scored 12 goals.
He has since struggled to live up to the huge price tag much to the frustration of the West Ham hierarchy.
Ayew has since fallen down the pecking order with Marko Arnautovic and Andy Carroll preferred to the Ghanaian.
According to reports from Sky Sports, Hammers manager David Moyes appears to be keen on re-shaping the club’s attack as he feels the West Ham squad is unbalanced with too many attackers, and has already agreed a fee for the sale of Diafra Sakho to Crystal Palace.
Ayew, along with Andy Carroll and Javier Hernandez, has been offered to clubs as Moyes seeks to restructure his squad.
The former Marseille man has struggled so far this season scoring only 3 goals in his 17 league appearances.
By: Daniel Koranteng/citifmonline.com/Ghana