Manchester United and Liverpool will compete for Andre Ayew after the Ghanaian star produced a string of solid displays at the World Cup, Express reports.
The Marseille attacker only has a year left on his current deal as the French club look to make a profit from his sale before being force to part ways with the player for free.
However, he has not hinted at any possible preference when it comes to the two teams, but has already admitted his desire to play in the English league.
He said: “It’s a league every player dreams about.
“The English league is the one most followed in Ghana. It’s true that I have a real preference for England.”
Ayew, who was named African Football of the Year back in 2011, recently play down talks about his desired destination but since Ghana’s World Cup exit, a decision could soon be made.
Before the match against Portugal, he previously said: “I talked about it with my agent and he confirmed it. I haven’t decided what to do yet.
“I have one year left on my contract with Olympique and we haven’t discussed the future. It will all happen after the World Cup.”