Despite Andre Ayew seeming to be a preferred option for Brighton as they look to reinforce their attack, the Ghanaian’s high salary has scared off the Premier League side.
Brighton and Hove Albion are looking to take advantage of being able to sign players from the lower leagues of English football until 16th October as they continue to search for attacking reinforcements.
Several names have been on the club’s shortlist, but in recent days one has stood out: Andre Ayew.
The Ghanaian attacker had seemed to be the Seagulls’ number one target but his arrival, barring any miracles, will now not take place and he will stay at Swansea.
According to the ‘Daily Mail’, his high salary (roughly 90 000 euros a week), surprised the Premier League outfit and was seen as far too high.