Fresh twist on Liverpool's African enforcer search

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Liverpool target Andre Ayew will stay at Marseille this summer after pledging his future to the club, reports talkSPORT

The 21-year-old had been heavily with a move to England this summer and was expected to be the latest signing of Kenny Dalglish's reign as manager.

But the Ghanian has moved to quash rumours of a move to Liverpool.


"Marseille is a great club and I am well here. I love the supporters and the manager treats me well so I look forward to being here for a long time," he French paper Le Parisien.

The midfielder made a substitute appearance for his country last week in Ghana's friendly with England and is seen as the ideal foil for Steve Gerrard and Raul Meireles in the centre of the Liverpool midfield.

It's reported that Ayew would be available for £15 million, and despite his recent comments, could still leave the club if the Ligue 1 side's valuation is met by Liverpool or any other of his potential suitors.

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