West Ham United will listen to offers for Andre Ayew in the January transfer window, according to a report by The Daily Star.

Andre Ayew has had a mixed spell at West Ham and it looks like the Hammers could be ready to offload him this January.

The Ghanaian international has three Premier League goals in 23 games for the Hammers this season, adding to his tally of six goals last term.

He was also the hero for West Ham in the Carabao Cup clash against rivals Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley, scoring twice to spearhead a remarkable 3-2 comeback victory.

But now David Moyes is ready to let West Ham’s former record signing leave the East London club for the right price.

Swansea City are reportedly interested in bringing their former attacker back but West Ham are unwilling to sell him to a Premier League rival.

With the Swans also embroiled in the battle against relegation, David Moyes is unlikely to sanction a sale to the Welsh club, while wages could also be a stumbling block to this potential switch.

Swansea are also interested in signing Diafra Sakho, who West Ham will consider selling too at the right price.

The Irons want £15m for the troublesome Senegalese international with French duo Strasbourg and Rennes also holding an interest in Sakho.

Both Sakho and Ayew are currently unavailable due to injury.