West Ham United would be open to selling forward Andre Ayew at the right price, Sky Sports have reported.
Ayew has not produced for the Hammers since he was signed from Swansea for a then record £20.5m 18 months ago.
The Ghana star is only regarded as a squad player now and is seen as too inconsistent by manager David Moyes and his coaching staff.
And Moyes has decided he would be happy to let Ayew leave the club as he plots changes to his squad during the transfer window.
The former Marseille man has struggled so far this season scoring only 3 goals in his 17 league appearances.
Ayew has a total of 12 goals for West Ham since his debut in 2016.
The report added that West Ham would also be willing to sell forwards Javier Hernandez, Diafro Sahko and Andy Carroll with Chelsea reportedly interested in Carroll.
Crystal Palace have also agreed a fee with the Hammers for striker Diafra Sakho.
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