Stade Velodrome star rejects move to Anfield or the Emirates.
Olympique Marseille winger Andre Ayew has committed his future to the Ligue 1 club and rejected moves to Arsenal and Liverpool.
The 21-year-old has been a long-term target for both clubs and has impressed this season scoring seven goals in 28 games.
The Ghana international excelled at the World Cup and Marseille have slapped a £15million price tag onto their star.
It is reported Arsenal have already bid £5million, and Liverpool £10million, but both were rejected.
But now Ayew, son of the Ghana legend Abedi Pele, has committed his future to Marseille.
“These speculations won’t affect me at all because I am only focused on doing one thing and that’s helping my club Marseille this season,” he told Le Parisien.
“I will continue to play my heart out for my club as we want to win trophies and not to concentrate on what the media is speculating.
“Marseille is a great club and I am well here. I love the supporters and the manager treats me well so I look forward to being here for a long time.”