Andre Ayew is likely to leave French side Marseille in the coming transfer window as the club president revealed that they cannot offer him a better deal than the Premier League clubs.
The Ghanaian attacker will be out of contract at the end of this season and the Ligue One side cannot increase his wage enough to beat the English sides, according to President Vincent Labrune.
The 25-year-old has been linked with several Premier League sides including top sides Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal. The Reds boss Brendan Rodgers is keen to land an attacker this summer and are strongly targeting Ayew.
Labrune said that he wants to keep his player but the English sides will take him by offering big wage. He is going to quit the club and will have a great career in England, said Labrune.
The winger joined the French side in 2007, he has been sensational for them. He has netted 43 goals in 158 appearances and also spent few loan spells at Lorient and Arles Avignon between 2008 and 2010.
Ayew who won the man of the match award last weekend has scored nine goals in 25 starts in Ligue One so far this season.
Columnist: Dany Fendi