Marseille forward Andre Ayew has talked up the possibility of a move to England.
Marseille forward Andre Ayew has told the Daily Mirror that a move to the Premier League this summer is 'possible', with Tottenham allegedly interested.
Ayew, 25, has been one of the most dangerous forwards in Ligue 1 for many years now, having hit almost 50 goals in the previous four seasons for Marseille.
The Ghanaian has now scored 11 goals in 26 games for Marseille this season, continuing to find the net primarily as a winger for the Ligue 1 side.
Having also impressed at last summer's World Cup in Brazil, Ayew will be hot property during this summer's transfer window - primarily because he will be a free agent.
Ayew's contract with Marseille expires this summer, so a team will be able to sign him on a free transfer - with Tottenham reportedly interest.
French website Mercato 365 reported last month that Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino has already held discussions with the player about a move to White Hart Lane this summer, with another winger needed.
Now, Ayew has told the Daily Mirror that a move to England is possible, and that he has indeed received offers from a number of teams.
"I've had discussions with Marseille and I've also had a few offers from different clubs," said Ayew. "I'm taking my time and soon I will take a decision on my future. And yes, there is a possibility I will come to the Premier League and possibly to another country.
"I've had offers to leave Marseille when we didn't have Champions League. I think I will take my time, have a good discussion, and try to end our discussions with the president here very well and from there we'll take a decision whether to continue or to go somewhere else," he added.