Premier League side Crystal Palace have officially landed striker Jordan Ayew on a season-long loan from Swansea City.
The 26-year-old’s move was confirmed after the English summer transfer deadline on Thursday.
Ayew becomes the fourth signing by manager Roy Hodgson ahead the 2018/19 season and links up with his international teammate Jeffrey Schlupp at Selhurst Park.
The Ghana international, who is expected to provide much needed depth in attack, scored 11 times in last season’s campaign at parent club Swansea City.
Andre proud of Jordan
His senior brother Andre Ayew, who also left Swansea for Fenerbahçe this summer, tweeted a picture of his brother Jordan with a Palace shirt on, standing in front of an advertising board with his father Abedi Pele.
— André Ayew (@AyewAndre) August 9, 2018