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Forward wanted to join Reading

Marsielle striker Jordan Ayew has said that he wanted to join Premier League new boys Reading during the summer transfer window.

The 20-year old was the subject of interest from Brian McDermott's side in the final week of the transfer window, but neither party could materialise a move. While Marsielle were keen on Ayew to leave on a permanent deal, the Royals were more interested in a loan move for the pacey forward.

Speaking to Ghana Soccer Net, Ayew said: 'It is the English Premiership and I wanted to join Reading. But I don`t know what happened, Marseille didn`t allow me to go." The Ghana international has also reportedly come close to a move to French side Nice, but that move also fell through.

Wiki page: Jordan Ayew

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Writer: Josh  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday September 5 2012

Time: 11:40AM

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I hate Reading, sometimes.
LeFondle18
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05/09/2012 16:49:00

I think we can still get him on loan, but will probably have to offload Church.
Y19-Royal
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05/09/2012 17:12:00

As much as we want it to happen, it won't.
LeFondle18
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11/09/2012 12:43:00

 

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