Ex-Ghana striker Anthony Yeboah is advising youngster Andre Ayew to be tactful if he decides to move in the summer.
The 21-year-old’s blistering from for French outfit Olympic Marseille this term has alerted stellar European sides.
The Ghana 2010 Fifa World Cup star is believed to be on the radar of English giants Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal.
Reigning European champions Barcelona are rumoured to be interested in the player.
Yeboah who has a glittering career in Europe wants the second son of Ghana legend Abedi Pele to think through the offer before inking a deal.
“Dede is a fantastic player and he showed it at the World Cup and currently for Marseille but it important he takes his time in deciding if he intends moving from France,” the ex-Frankfurt striker said.
“His father is a great person who has had lots of European experience and therefore I sincerely believe he will give him the right advice in that regard.”
He was voted Olympique Marseille’s Player of the Month in April.
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