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​Swansea raise offer for West Ham striker Ayew

Swansea City are keen to complete the signing of Andre Ayew from West Ham United in the January transfer window.

The Premier League club are offering £18 million, with West Ham determined to recoup £20 million if a deal is to be completed. It is unclear whether Swansea will match the demands.

Ayew arrived at West Ham for that exact amount 18 months ago – from Swansea - which is why the Hammers are hoping they can recoup the entire fee if they are to lose the 28-year-old.

It is unusual to see West Ham selling an attacker, given the club's desperation to sign a striker in the window. However, Ayew is not happy at the Olympic Stadium club, and he is hoping that a move can be agreed.

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