JUST IN: Andre Ayew leaves Nottingham Forest

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Black Stars skipper Andre Ayew has left English Premier League outfit Nottingham Forest following the expiration of his contract, the club has announced.

“Nottingham Forest can confirm its retained list following the conclusion of the 2022/23 Premier League campaign,” a statement on the club’s website revealed.

“Six senior players’ contracts have come to an end: André Ayew, Cafú, Jack Colback, Jesse Lingard, Jordan Smith and Lyle Taylor.”

“Six academy players will also depart the club as they embark on fresh chapters ahead of the 2023/24 season: Billy Fewster, Alex Gibson-Hammond, Ryan Hammond, Nicky Hogarth, Adnan Kanurić and Lewis Salmon.”

“The club would like to thank each player for their contributions during their time at The City Ground,” the statement added.

Andre Ayew joined Nottingham Forest on a short term contract in February this year following his departure from Al-Sadd.

The 33-year old made 13 league appearances for Forest, helping the team cement their status in the English topflight league for another season.

During his short stint with Nottingham, Ayew who had in the past represented Swansea City and West Ham United in the Premier League reached 100 career Premier League appearances.

He became the fifth Ghanaian to achieve the feat after Michael Essien, Jeffrey Schlupp, Daniel Amartey and Jordan Ayew.

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