Ayew, 26, joined the Swans on a free transfer last summer having seen his Marseille contract expire, and he was seen as Garry Monk's marquee signing.
The Ghanaian international arrived with quite the reputation, and has lived up to his billing with 12 goals and two assists in his debut Premier League season.
Now though, his performances have seemingly triggered interest, with Sky Sports reporting that both Sunderland and West Ham are keen to snare Ayew away from the Liberty Stadium this summer.
However, it's added that Swansea have so far yet to receive a bid from either Sunderland or West Ham, and would demand around £15m for Ayew this summer.
Despite having three years on his contract in South Wales, it seems that Swansea would at least be open to selling Ayew, even if it's for a huge asking price.
Sunderland attempted to move for Ayew in January, according to The Guardian, and after Sam Allardyce's men achieved Premier League survival, another move for the prolific forward appears to be on the cards.
Meanwhile, West Ham were pipped to Ayew's signing by Swansea last summer - as noted by the Daily Mail - and may be looking to make another move for him this summer.
Ayew played alongside West Ham star Dimitri Payet at former club Marseille, and with manager Slaven Bilic seeking a winger and a striker, Ayew could fit the bill perfectly at the Olympic Stadium.
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