Marseille forward Andre Ayew has admitted that he is likely to leave Stade Velodrome at the end of the current campaign.
The 23-year-old has been followed by a number of high-profile clubs, but he has so far resisted temptation to leave the French giants.
However, it appears that he is finally ready to jump ship, although insisting he will only join a club that challenge for trophies on regular basis.
“The club have made it clear if they receive a good offer they will listen to that – but I will not go just to please the club,” Ayew told Sky Sports. “I will go to a club that want to win trophies.
“But now I want to finish the season well with Marseille and qualify for the Champions League.”
Andre Ayew began his career at Stade Velodrome, although he enjoyed loan spells at Lorient and Arles before establishing himself as a first team regular at OM.
Despite his fragile age, he has already made 146 league appearances in his career, scoring 33 goals in the process.
Ayew seems to be ready for a new challenge and he should have no shortage of offers in the summer transfer window.