Andre Ayew says he will think about his future “when the time is right” as he focuses on Swansea City’s play-off bid.
Ayew, 30, is Swansea’s highest earner and the Championship club may have to let him leave for financial reasons should there be interest this summer.
But Swansea’s 17-goal top scorer, who has a year left on his contract, says what is to come for him next season is off the agenda for now.
“At the moment I’m not thinking about that,” said forward Ayew.
“I’m just thinking about getting three points (at Reading) on Wednesday and hopefully Hull City winning. That’s what I want. I’m not thinking beyond that at all.”
The Black Stars captain has been a key player Swansea this season, but his salary is huge for a club who have been cutting costs since relegation from the Premier League in 2018.
There is a belief at Swansea that Ayew should be playing at a higher level – though the former Marseille player has enjoyed his season in the second tier.
Ayew rejoined Swansea from West Ham for a second spell at the club in January 2018, and returned to South Wales again last summer after a season-long loan at Fenerbahce.
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