Andre Ayew, the captain of Ghana and a free agent, has been signed by Nottingham Forest for the remainder of the campaign.
After spending two years with the Middle Eastern club, Al Sadd in Qatar, the 33-year-old attacker was without a club.
Prior to the January transfer deadline, Ayew rejected Everton, a Forest Premier League opponent.
Since their return to the Premier League, Forest has signed 29 players, including the former Swansea and West Ham player.
Ayew declared that joining Nottingham Forest was an excellent sensation.
“I am aware of the club’s size and the significance it holds for the community and its supporters. Every time I’ve played against Forest and at The City Ground, even though I adore the venue, it’s been challenging.
“I know what I can add to the squad, and I’m willing to give it everything to ensure that we can stay in the Premier League,” the player said.
The Ayew is well-known to Forest manager Steve Cooper, having worked with him in Wales, and his presence will assist offset injuries to Jesse Lingard, Morgan Gibbs-White, and Taiwo Awoniyi.
Ayew continued, “Steve Cooper is a person who knows me very well and knows how to deal with me both on and off the field.”
He’s a special coach, a special person, and someone I truly look up to. We have a close relationship.
Before and after his two-year stint with the Hammers, Ayew, whose career began at Marseille, spent two seasons with Swansea.
He has participated in the last three World Cups and has 113 Ghanaian caps.
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