Black Stars skipper Andre Ayew says he has what it takes to play in the leading leagues in the world.
In an interview on the Morning Show on Joy 99.7 FM, the 31-year-old said that he believes he can still make it at top level.
“I feel that I have what it takes to play in the best divisions, whether it’s in England or France or Italy…you know, I don’t have a particular place,’’ he stated.
The former Fernabache man also revealed there are some offers from some clubs across Europe and other parts of the world including the Gulf and Asia, but he’s not in a rush to make a decision at the moment.
‘’I have the offers coming from the Gulf, the Asia side etc…so I need to take my time and make the right decision [not just] for me, but also for the nation.
‘’With all what we have coming ahead, I will take my time, look at [the offers] really well and hopefully more sooner than later we’ll all be clear on something because I know that my fellow brothers and sisters, all the Ghanaian people are waiting for the that with a lot of impatience,” he concluded
Ayew beat Ajax midfielder Mohammed Kudus and Great Olympics’ Gladson Awako to the 2021 Player of the Year.
He had an outstanding campaign with Swansea City, helping them to the championship playoffs final before losing to Brentford.
He scored 17 goals and ended the season as the club’s top goal scorer.
Source: Ghana News