The Ghana deputy captain has been advised by his brother to move out of the Welsh club by end of the season
Ghana midfielder Andre Ayew has been enjoined by elder brother Ibrahim Ayew to depart from English Premier League side Swansea City by close of the season.
Andre, 26, has been a subject of transfer speculations, with the latest coming from Newcastle United. However, other reports indicate that Liverpool and Roma are also keeping an eye on the midfielder.
“Swansea are doing well with Andre Ayew but if at the end of the season, a bigger club comes for him, [he must leave] why not,’’ Ibrahim told Sports24.
Ibrahim also reveals his ambition to take up a role as a coach in the future.
“It is important for experienced footballers to take up coaching jobs, and plan towards that even before they retire from the game.
“It’s one of my dreams and I will hope to make it a reality in the future,” he said.
Andre, following an injury sustained ahead of Swansea’s 3-2 defeat to Bournemouth last weekend, has been ruled out of Ghana’s squad to play Mozambique in the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers later this month.