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Andre Ayew joins Fenerbahce on loan

Photo: Fenerbahce on Twitter

international has joined Turkish giants Fenerbahce on a season long loan from Swansea City, having only rejoined the Welsh side as recently as January.

The 28 year old winger has been playing Premier League football since 2015 when he joined Swansea City for the first time, and having impressed on the south coast of Wales he went on to earn a big money move to West Ham United.

However, Ayew failed to make a significant impact at West Ham and ended up reuniting with his brother Jordan back at Swansea where they were relegated after six years in the top flight.

Ayew would have been one of the most high calibre players to ever play in the Championship, and as such it is of little surprise that a club the size of Fenerbahce have taken interest in acquiring his services.

Fenerbahce’s first task of the new season will be to negotiate a tricky Champions League playoff route which will see them take on three time European Cup winners Benfica to earn a place in the group stage.

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