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West Ham are ready to strike a deal with Swansea to send Andre Ayew back to Wales for a club record fee.
The Swans have submitted a second bid worth £18million for their former player while the Hammers have been holding out for closer to the £20.5m they paid in 2016.
David Moyes has told the board to consider the injury situation before they come to any agreement, though this is now a transfer that is likelier to go through than not.
t remains to be seen whether Swansea would include Ki Sung-yueng in a swap deal, as has been reported in the last two days.
Ayew is known to prefer living in London than when he did in Wales, though the fact his brother Jordan is now at Swansea will help.
There have been at least two French clubs also interested in the West Ham winger, who in 43 Premier League games has scored nine goals.
Source: Daily Mail