Ghana captain Andre Ayew has secured a move to Le Havre in the French Ligue 1 marking a return to French football after eight years.
The former Olympique Marseille player last featured in the highly competitive English Premier League playing for Nottingham Forest where he helped the team retain their top-flight status.
However, his contract expired, and until Saturday evening was unattached hence failing to make an appearance at the club level in the ongoing season.
However, the 33-year-old successfully secured a move to Le Havre who have identified the dynamic forward as a significant addition in their quest to finish in a respectable position at the end of the current season, given their recent promotion from Ligue 2.
The last time 🇬🇭 Andre Ayew played in Ligue 1 🤩 pic.twitter.com/uG0TMLDqce
— Owuraku Ampofo (@_owurakuampofo) November 11, 2023
Le Havre unveiled the Black Stars skipper ahead of their game against Monaco on Saturday evening underscoring his importance to the team with experience gathered from the Premier League where he also featured for West Ham United and Swansea City as well as Fernabahce in Turkey and Al Sadd in Qatar.
Ayew is expected to lead the Black Stars in their crucial fixtures next week against Madagascar and Comoros in the 2026 World Cup qualifiers as Ghana hope to bounce back from their terrible defeats to Mexico and the United States in their previous outings.