Monday Jul 23, 2018. 12:01
Latest news coming from Europe is that Ghana and Swansea City forward Andrew Ayew has agreed to join Turkish side, Fenerbahce.
The Black Stars international has agreed to join the Turkish giants on a season-long loan deal according to reports in Turkey.
Ayew has been strongly linked with a move from the Swans after suffering relegation to the English Championship.
According to reports on Turkish website, Turkcell Bip Spor, the former BBC Footballer of the year award winner will join the side on a one-year loan deal worth €1.5 million and will earn €3.2 million within that period.
Moreover, fellow Turkish giants Galatasaray and Besiktas have also been linked with a move for the Ghanaian in recent weeks.
Ayew failed to score a single goal during his return to Swansea last season and was highly criticised for the club’s misfortunes last season.
Having played for West Ham United, Ayew rejoined the Welsh side in January from the Irons for a record fee of 20 million pounds.