The 33-year-old returns to French football, joining Les Ciel et Marine as a free agent on Saturday after his stint with Nottingham Forest in the English Premier League during the 2022/23 season.
Le Havre’s fans welcomed Ayew at the Stade Oceane before their match against AS Monaco, marking his comeback to the French top flight since departing Olympique Marseille in 2015.
This acquisition serves as a significant boost for Le Havre, currently occupying the seventh position on the Ligue 1 table after their promotion from Ligue 2.
Bringing a wealth of experience, Ayew adds value to Le Havre’s squad, having previously played for prominent European clubs such as Swansea City, West Ham, Fenerbahce, and Al Sadd.
Having spent over eight years at Olympique Marseille from 2007 to 2015, Ayew showcased his prowess in the French league, amassing 160 appearances and scoring 44 goals for the club.
With the completion of his move to Le Havre, Andre Ayew is set to join the Black Stars for the 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Madagascar and Comoros.
Ghana will rely on Ayew’s seasoned skills in these upcoming matches, particularly in the absence of experienced players like Thomas Partey, Mohammed Salisu, and Alexander Djiku.