£16m seems accepted: West Ham to land £75,000-a-week forward – report

According to reports, Swansea will accept a £16million offer for Andre Ayew from Premier League outfits West Ham United.

Report according to The Sun also claims that the Swans forward is heading to east London, where he will be handed a contract worth £75,000-a-week.

It is said  that Swansea, who completes move for the Ghananian forward on a free last summer move from Ligue 1 giants Marseille, are eager to make a huge profit on the forward and reinvest the money on a replacement.

It had also been reported according to other reports that Chelsea are set to rival  their London counterparts for the services of the forward, but it seems the Hammers have stolen a march on Antonio Conte’s side.

The Swan’s number 10 had previously been linked with Slaven Bilic’s side last summer when the Ghananian contract ran out, but the Welsh were able to sign the former 1860 Munich trainee’s ahead of the Hammers.

His move to Swansea was completed last summer on a free transfer, and he had carried on to score impressive 12 goals in 34 Premier League matches for the Swansea his debut season in English football.

There’ve also been reports that Swans manager Francesco Guidolin is under no pressure in selling his star man, with three years said to remain on his contract with the Swans.

However, The Sun in one of their reports, suggested the deal in almost but done. Aye is predominantly a left-winger, who can also operate on the right, he’s capable of  playing as a number 10 as well as playing in the centre-forward role.,

Bilic has also brought in international stars Gokham Tore, Havard Nordveit and Sofiane Feghouli to strengthen his ranks as the East London side prepare for a European campaign.

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