The former PSG coach has told the Ghana international to eschew individual play on the field and be a collective team player
Former France international Jean-Michel Larque has lashed out at Ghana international Jordan Ayew for always thinking about himself when on the field.
Larque, who has also coached PSG, believes the only shortfall on the part of the 22-year-old is not being a collective team player.
“If only he plays collective football it will be good for him and his team-mates... but to his team-mates, he is unbearable. He never drops the ball. At some point, you want to tell him: "Coco, playing with you, we are also there!” Larque criticized Jordan on RMC.
“The best solution would be a loan this winter. Jordan Ayew needs playing time to progress and above all learn to play more collectively.”
A loan move this winter is possible with Stoke City, Everton, West Ham, Hull City and the French duo of Bastia and Sochaux all interested in him.