2014 World Cup: West Brom and Hull watched Jordan Ayew in Ghana's defeat to USA

Jordan Ayew

Jordan Ayew

Hull City and West Brom are among the Premier League clubs who sent scouts to watch Ghana’s Jordan Ayew in Monday’s 2-1 defeat against the USA. 

The Marseille striker is being linked with a move to England this summer, and the Tigers and Baggies are thought to be the early frontrunners.

Both have dispatched scouts to the Brazilian city of Natal to see him in action today, claims the Daily Mail.

Ayew’s representative Willie McKay said: “Jordan is playing very well and he wants to show English Premier League clubs what he can do.

“There’s a lot of interest gathering and a move to England appeals to him.”

Ayew is the younger son of Ghana legend Abedi Pele. His older brother Andre also plays for Marseille and joins Jordan in Ghana’s World Cup squad.

READERS COMMENTS

  1. […] 2014 World Cup: West Brom and Hull watched Jordan Ayew in Ghana’s defeat to USA […]

  2. bostonman redsox says:

    They should stop watching him. The coach is clueless and useless. The team is done. How u sit essien n kpb is beyond me. Go Loserstars. Shame on u. Wasting millions on u useless bunch n coach.

  3. adi says:

    jordan ayew inclusion into ghana squard is the fault of the minister of sports and the president of the nation,i dnt think politician shud poke thier noses in affair of blackstars.He is in the blackstars because his father was abedi pele, i think there better players back home and in europe far better than jordan ayew.now ghana blackstars is now to whom know or who is ur dad.he has nt proven wealth to be part of the from day one.appiah if u want succes in ur carrier take ur own dicision regardless of what the president of the nation says just because dis dnt happen here in europe.make ur dicision and pay the cuensiquecies for it that is tha only way u can make its as great coach.