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WEST HAM - Two suitors for André AYEW

06.12.2017 17.16 by Claudio Colla  read 1281
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According to latest rumours, Ghanaian international winger/forward André Ayew (turning 28 next December 17), playing for West Ham since August 2016, has been targeted by two clubs: Inter Milan (Neroazzurri boss Luciano Spalletti just told Italian media former Marseille star would fit his team very well), and Swansea City, which he's already been playing for in 2015/16. Ayew is currently on a deal with Hammers, which paid Swans 24 million euros for getting about a year and a half ago, until June 2019.

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