London - Swansea FC have insisted they will not sell Andre
Ayew despite interests from Sunderland and Liverpool.
Outgoing interim manager Alan Curtis said the Ghana
international is not an option as he is of great relevance to the side’s struggling
campaign in the English Premier League this season.
The 26-year-old, who joined on a free transfer from
Marseille last summer is club’s top scorer with seven goals, and Curtis, who
was in charge for the final time in Monday night's 1-0 victory over Watford with
new head coach Francesco Guidolin set to take over team affairs at Everton on
Sunday, said selling Ayew was not an option.
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"There was talk of him going to Sunderland or them
making a bid. But we wouldn't even entertain that as far as I am concerned,”
according to Eatsleep Sport.
"He is one of a number of big players for us and we
don't want to lose anybody during the window. We want to bring people in and we
will get somebody in.
"But if we don't it's important no one else goes out
through the door."For
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