As quoted by The Birmingham Mail, Aston Vila’s Jordan Ayew has insisted he’s yet to be informed of interest from the Premier League despite recent speculation linking him with a move to West Ham.
The Ghana international was one of the Villians’ better performers last season, bagging seven goals in 30 appearances as the Birmingham outfit plummeted out of the top flight.
Expected to undergo a major squad overhaul ahead of their first season in the Championship, recent reports have suggested Ayew could be sold this summer amid interest from the Premier League.
Indeed, The Daily Mail reported in April that West Ham had emerged as potential candidates to sign the 24-year-old, who moved to Villa Park from Lorient last summer in an £8million deal.
But speaking with GH One TV back in his native Ghana, the winger-forward has insisted that he’s yet to hear from his agent regarding a potential move – whilst claiming only God will decide his future past the summer transfer window.
As quoted by The Birmingham Mail, Ayew said; “Relegation is not easy for the players, it is not easy for the workers as well.
“If there are rumours out there I don’t know of anything. I told my agent not to tell me anything. For now, I’m still a Villa player. We’ll see what God has for me.”