Qatar-based attacker Andre Ayew has already landed in Ghana’s capital city ahead of next month’s 2023 AFCON qualification series clashes with Madagascar and the Central African Republic.
Ghana Sports Online reports that the 32-year-old was spotted at the Nania Park in Legon on Wednesday as he watched his father’s team – Nania FC – took on Kwaebibirem in the Division One League.
Though head coach Otto Addo hasn’t named his announced squad for the two games yet, Ayew who is the captain of the Black Stars cannot be left out.
The Al Sadd attacker missed the 2022 FIFA World Cup final round qualifying games against Nigeria in Kumasi and Abuja due to suspension.
Ayew has been capped 102 times for the Ghana senior national team after making his debut for the West Africans in 2008 under French trainer Claude Le Roy.
Andre Ayew bloomed on his maiden season with Al Sadd in Qatar
The Black Stars captain has been outstanding in his first season with Al Sadd in Qatar
He is just 7 games away from equalling Asamoah Gyan’s record of 109 appearances in the Ghana jersey.
Ayew enjoyed an impressive first season with the Qatari side Al Sadd where he scored 18 goals in all competitions.