Andre Ayew has posted a picture on Twitter of his brother Jordan Ayew holding a Crystal Palace shirt at Selhurst Park, confirming the move before Swansea and Crystal Palace.
Jordan Ayew has secured a move back to the Premier League after relegation with Swansea City last year. The Ghanaian striker joins on a season-long loan deal from Swansea, as Roy Hodgson strengthens his squad for the next Premier League season.
— André Ayew (@AyewAndre) August 9, 2018
Jordan Ayew is pictured with his agent after sealing a move away from Swansea City on deadline day, in a busy day for The Swans.
He had an underwhelming campaign last season, scoring 11 goals in 44 appearances as Swansea City were relegated to the Championship, with then-manager Paul Clement unable to steer them away from relegation.
Andre Ayew himself also moved this summer, joining Fenerbahce on loan from Swansea after re-joining in January from West Ham United.
Federico Fernandez, Sam Clucas and Jordan Ayew have moved to Newcastle United, Stoke City and Crystal Palace respectively, leaving Swansea fans nervous about the strength and depth of their squad. Full-back Declan John has arrived from Scottish side Rangers, and midfielder Adam King has returned early from his loan spell at League One side Peterborough United due to an injury sustained in a pre-season friendly with Bedford Town.
Manager Graham Potter is likely to be forced to use the loan window, lasting until the end of August, to bolster his options heading into a tough Championship campaign after losing several key players throughout the summer.