Three reasons West Ham must accept £30m Andre Ayew bid this summer
According to Ghana Soccernet, West Ham United could be set to receive a £30m offer from Marseille for forward Andre Ayew this summer.
The Irons only signed the attacker in a club-record £20m deal from Premier League rivals Swansea City last summer, but now he is understood to be on a list of potential targets for the French giants who are looking to compete again following a takeover by billionaire Franck McCourt.
The news comes just a few months after the Hammers were forced to sell Dimitri Payet to Marseille following his fallout with the club after he told them he wanted to go back to France.
While Slaven Bilic will be keen to strengthen his attack rather than lose players this summer, if Ayew was allowed to leave he would return to the Stade Velodrome just two years after joining the Swans on a free transfer.
Here are three reasons West Ham should cash in on Ayew…