Lorient striker Jordan Ayew has confirmed that his brother and Marseille winger Andre Ayew wants to move to England amid interest from Liverpool and Tottenham, reports the Metro.
The 25-year-old has already admitted that he is leaving the Ligue 1 side in the summer, and the Premier League duo are looking to take advantage. It looks like they are a step ahead of their competitors across the continent, with Jordan revealing that his sibling already has a preferred destination.
He said: “Andre has a penchant for a move to England. It is up to him to make the right choice.”
Andre has 11 goals and three assists in 30 appearances this season, helping manager Marcelo Bielsa to challenge for the league title until the latter stages of the season in his debut campaign in charge of Marseille.
Ayew has also played 62 times for Ghana, scoring 11 goals.
With Raheem Sterling potentially leaving Anfield this summer, Brendan Rodgers could well need a new winger. Ayew could be the man to replace the England international.
Meanwhile Spurs will be looking to bolster their squad after failing to even challenge for the Champions League spots this time round.