Andre Ayew committed to Marseille despite Arsenal interest

The Ligue 1 giants are reportedly ready to sell the Ghana international come January, but the attacker is not thinking about a transfer away from Stade Velodrome
Andre Ayew has made it clear that he is happy to stay at Marseille, and is unaware of the club's intention to cash in on him in the upcoming transfer window.

President Vincent Labrune recently stated that the French outfit are ready to sell the Ghanaian and Loic Remy this winter in order to balance the books, but the attacker is very pleased with life at the Ligue 1 table-toppers, despite reported interest from Arsenal.

"I was not aware of Labrune's words. I am feeling very well at Marseille," Ayew was quoted as saying on the official Ligue 1 website.
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"If the club has decisions to make and want to sell, we will have to get together and discuss the matter.

"However, I repeat that I am happy here. I'm on my way back and I am completely focused on doing well with Marseille."

The 22-year-old attacker has a contract with les Phoceens until June 2015.