Leicester City have commenced talks with Swansea City in order to sign Ghanaian attacker Jordan Ayew before the 2018/2019 EPL season starts.
Ayew was a delight to watch last season at Swansea scoring seven goals in 36 EPL games as they failed to survive relegation.
The former Aston Villa’s striker impressive performance has attracted several EPL teams including Fulham, Everton and others but according to The Times, Leicester City are leading the race to sign the 26-year-old forward and have already opened talks with Swansea.
Leicester City boss Claude Puel who has been a fan of Jordan since his days in France is ready to go for him as he seeks to add bite to his attack following the sale of Riyadh Mahrez to Manchester City.
The Foxes could pay around £10 million for Jordan as Fulham’s £8 million was rejected.