According to Wales Online, reporting via the Turkish outlet BiP Spor, Swansea City’s Andre Ayew is close to completing a loan move to Fenerbahce.
Andre Ayew only re-signed for the Swans in January after an underwhelming spell with West Ham, but following the Welsh outfit’s relegation from the Premier League, the Ghana international could be on the move again already.
The 28-year-old will be eager to maintain his top flight status, and as things stand, a switch to Turkey is his best avenue for achieving that aim.
However, certain Premier League teams may want to consider offering Ayew the opportunity to revive his top flight career in England.
With the attacker seemingly available on a loan basis, Wolves should act now to make sure they don’t miss this chance to snap up Ayew on temporary terms.
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo has already made excellent use of the loan system during his time in charge at Molineux, and this would be another great chance to add depth and quality to his squad via that means.
Santo’s team is full of flair, technical ability and quality. It lacks Premier League experience though, and the addition of a forward who knows, and has proven to have, what it takes to score goals at this level could be invaluable.
Ayew’s versatility would also make him an asset to Wolves, as the Ghanaian could be called upon to deputise anywhere across the front line. Over the course of a gruelling Premier League campaign, having players who are comfortable in more than one position can often prove vital.
If Wolves act fast then they can bag themselves a quick, creative goalscorer on the kind of loan deal that has served them so well in recent windows.