Andre Ayew departs Nottingham Forest as contract ends

Andre Ayew, the captain of Ghana’s national team, has been released by Nottingham Forest after his contract expired.

The 33-year-old striker joined Nottingham Forest in January on a six-month deal after leaving Al Sadd at the end of the previous year.

During his time at Nottingham Forest, Ayew played in 13 matches under the management of Steve Cooper.

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The club had signed him to bring experience to their squad and improve their chances of avoiding relegation from the Premier League.

Despite his efforts, Ayew was unable to score a goal during his 306 minutes of playing time for the team. He also missed a penalty during one of the matches.

As his contract has now ended, the Ghanaian forward is currently without a club. He is now focused on securing a new team ahead of the upcoming season.

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