Ayew's successor: Frank Acheampong on Marseille wanted list
Olympique Marseille have lined up Frank Acheampong of Anderlecht as a replacement for Andre Dede Ayew who looks likely to leave the French club in the summer.
Both Roma and Napoli are reported to be considering bids for Andre Ayew, who is out of contract at the end of the season, whilst Swansea and Newcastle are also said to be considering bids for the 25-year-old but it appears they may struggle after the player himself recently revealed he is a childhood Liverpool fan.
And now according to Belgian media Voetbal Nieuws, Marseille have started the process of drawing up a list of targets and have made Ghana international Frank Acheampong as their number one priority to replace Ayew.
Acheampong, who can opearate as a left-back and left-winger, joined Anderlecht in 2013 and has made 25 league appearances with 2 goals and 4 assists to his name this season.