The future of Swansea City forward André Ayew is growing even more uncertain by the day, with interested clubs on standby after speculation concerning his possible availability.
The Ghana International leads the charts for the Welsh side, with 11 goals in all competitions so far this season.
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With Swansea reportedly experiencing some financial instability following their relegation from the Premier League in 2018, Ayew is one of the names that have popped up on the exit list, due to his very high wages.
The likes of Daniel James and Oli McBurnie have all left during that period, together with Jordan Ayew and Wilfried Bony among others have helped to significantly lower the wage bill.
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Tottenham Hotspurs and Championship leaders Leeds United have been identified as front runners for the Ghana international’s signature.
Ayew rejoined Swansea from West Ham United in January 2018, then joined Turkish side Fernerbahce on loan for the 2018/2019 season, before returning to the Welsh side at the start of this season.