English Premier League side, Crystal Palace, have announced that Ghana forward, Jordan Ayew, has signed a contract extension with the club.
This means that the 32-year-old’s contract will now run until 2025. His current deal was set to expire in the summer of 2024.
The Eagles announced Jordan Ayew’s contract extension in a statement on their website on Wednesday.
“Jordan Ayew has signed a new contract extension with Crystal Palace, committing his future to the club until June 2025,” the statement said.
Jordan Ayew has made an impressive start to 2023/24 season, most recently scoring an excellent half-volley in Crystal Palace’s 2-1 loss against Tottenham Hotspur over the weekend.
The former Marseille man also set up crucial goals at Sheffield United, Brentford and Plymouth; and winning the Crystal Palace Player of the Month award for August.
Ayew has been a regular fixture in Palace’s side since signing from Swansea City on loan in August 2018, playing 186 matches in all competitions and appearing in all 41 of Palace’s games last season.
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