Ghana midfielder, Andre Ayew has come out to send out an emotional message to Swansea City. The deadly attacking CM recently had his say after his departure from the English club.
According to him, he is very grateful for what the club did for his career, and he’ll forever appreciate the support from the fans throughout his stay.
Ayew added that he is sad because he really wished to play in the Premier League with Swansea again.
His words, “Hi Jack Army, this is your boy Andre. I’m here to say goodbye. Since the final, it was a difficult period for us, the players and for me personally and the team as a whole, I decided to stay quite a little bit,”
“Just wanted to let you guys know that I am so grateful for what you guys have done for me. Thank you so much for the support, thank you so much for the love.”
“I came to the club three times at different periods, I’ve always succeeded, thanks to you guys it is something I will never forget. I’m very proud to have won this shirt with dignity, I am going to miss everyone. I want to thank the staff, the coach Steve Cooper, the players, the physios, the cooks but it’s time to say goodbye.”
“It is not easy for me, I wish I could have played again in the Premier League with Swansea but that’s football.”
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