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Video: Jordan Ayew's Son Leaves Fans in Awe After Destroying Elderly Opponent With Lovely Skills
- Jordan Ayew's son has got Ghanaians talking with his football skills
- Razzan Ayew played alongside his uncle in a friendly game in Accra
- His father left for England to start pre-season with Crystal Palace a fortnight ago
Son of Crystal Palace forward Jordan Ayew, Razzan Ayew, has got tongues wagging after showing enormous football skills during a friendly encounter in Accra, Ghana.
Razzan joined his uncle Andre Ayew and some former members of the Ghana national team as well as other active footballers in the domestic league to engage in a football game at the Nania Park in Legon.
The nine-year old surprised the hundreds of fans watching after producing an amazing skill to beat his marker.
In a video that has since gone viral on social media, Razzan dazed his opponent after cutting him in-and-out as fans applauded.
Coming from a family with a rich line of footballing talents, the youngster is expected to follow in the path of his legendary grandfather Abedi Pele and uncle, Andre.
Razzan is in Ghana for holidays and could rejoin his father in England ahead of the start of the English Premier League.
His father made an early trip to London to join his Crystal Palace teammates for pre-season, as reported by cpfc.co.uk.
Meanwhile, Jordan's elder brother, Andre is yet to find a new team after leaving Nottingham Forest.
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The brothers took a short trip to Ada, where they were spotted jet skiing as they spend the rest of their free days having fun.
Jordan will be leaving Ghana for England in the coming days to start pre-season with Crystal Palace while Ayew finds himself a new club after ending his stay with Nottingham Forest.
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Crystal Palace forward, Jordan Ayew has disclosed his desire to play in the Ghana Premier League before hanging up his boots.
The 31-year-old has been playing in Europe since he started his professional career, featuring for clubs in France and England.
The former Olympique Marseille forward has few years left to play at the highest level of European football and he is already considering returning home.