Ghana star Andre Ayew has gotten back to French football, getting signed for Ligue 1 side Le Havre on Saturday November 11.
The 33-year-old attacking midfielder was unveiled at the Stade Oceane crowd ahead of Le Havre’s match against AS Monaco, denoting his most memorable appearance in the French top flight since leaving Olympique Marseille in 2015.
Ayew joins Le Havre as a free agent, having recently left Premier League side Nottingham Forest. His signing is a major coup for Les Ciel et Marine, who are currently seventh in Ligue 1 following their promotion from Ligue 2.
Ayew has played for q number of Europe’s biggest clubs, including Swansea City, West Ham, Fenerbahce, and Al Sadd.
His landing in Le Havre is critical for the club as well as for his country the Black Stars with under two months until the Africa Cup of Nations starts off in Ivory Coast.
Meanwhile, Ayew will join his national teammates for the 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Madagascar and the Comoros Islands one week from now subsequent to signing his contract.
The former Marseille star is set to rival Lille OSC loanee Mohamed Bayo for a beginning spot in the team.