In a recent report, The Daily Mail revealed that Everton are set to miss out on Andre Ayew. It has been mentioned that the Toffees will struggle to complete a deal for the Ghana international who is currently a free agent after being released by Al Sadd last month.
Ayew’s Recent Form In Qatar
Ayew managed to produce some good performances for the Qatar club recently as he put in some productive displays for them in top-flight football. The Ghana sensation has found the back of the net on four occasions and grabbed one assist in ten matches for Al Sadd during this campaign across various competitions.
The 33-year-old can still do a decent job when leading the charge for his team in the final third. However, he is not getting any younger and could struggle to be consistent in the Premier League.
Still, it will be a bitter pill to swallow for Everton if they end up missing out on Ayew as they are in dire need of adding more firepower to their attack following the recent exit of Anthony Gordon who sealed a move to Newcastle United.
Everton Set To Miss Out On Ayew: Big Blow For Sean Dyche?
Ayew is an experienced winger who can still take a few good strikes at goal. He has got the eye to play some decisive passes on the attacking end of the field. The English sensation can still make a few driving runs with the ball out on the wide areas. He is primarily a left-sided wide player but can also operate as a right-winger or as a centre-forward up top if his manager tells him to do so.
Ayew would have added more goals to Sean Dyche‘s attack. Thus, missing out on him would be a big blow for the Toffees as they could have definitely used a player of his experience to help the Merseyside club get out of relegation trouble in the Premier League.
At 33, Ayew has still got some decent years left in him to play at a high level. He also knows the Premier League well by now and won’t have taken any time to settle into life in English football. However, Dyche will now have no choice but to try and get the best out of the players in his current squad rather than put his hope on free agents to save Everton from relegation this season.