New Al Sadd marking Andre Ayew has opened up because of father Abedi Pele and club manager Xavi Hernandez on his choice to join the Qatari outfit.
Subsequent to leaving English Championship overlay Swansea City toward the finish of last season, the Ghana captain decided to proceed with his profession in Asia, writing a two-year manage The Boss.
The agreement has an alternative of a further one-year augmentation.
“When I was educated that Al-Sadd was intrigued, I thought straight away that it was a generally excellent thought for me. As far as I might be concerned, it’s the best club in the Gulf; I watched their style of play and it’s the best club here,” Ayew told his new club’s true site.
“It’s likewise a club with which I have an individual history because of my dad. I followed the club when I was youthful on the grounds that my dad consistently followed the club’s outcomes. It was anything but a shock for me, I was extremely cheerful and pleased, yet I needed to set aside some effort to settle on the choice, since I had a couple of offers from the Gulf and from Europe, so I needed to set aside effort to settle on the right choice.”
“Be that as it may, when I addressed the mentor Xavi, I realized this was the ideal spot for me for my future. Then, at that point I took the choice to come and everything happened quick.”
“I gained such a great amount from him and I think he has a major job in the profession that I have had up to this point.”
“Truth be told, Al Sadd is a club I know and I have followed for quite a while. My dad played here and this is the club that offered him the chance to leave Ghana. So it’s a club that I generally followed. I followed the players who played here: Raul, Mamadou Niang, Abdelkader Keita – a ton of players played for this incredible club.”
By joining Al Sadd, Andre continues in the strides of his unbelievable dad Abedi who played for the Qatari club somewhere in the range of 1982 and 1983.
“My dad had a major impact, in my profession as well as in my own life. He is my venerated image and somebody I turn upward to and have extraordinary reverence for. I think he gave me a great deal, counsel in the game: how to get it together, how to be patient, and to attempt to settle on the best choices, to remain in a club or to move,” Ayew expressed.