Ghana captain Andre Ayew has left Premier League outfit Nottingham Forest after the expiration of his contract with the club, Footballghana.com can report.
The Premier League club did not renew his contract which expired this month.
The Ghana captain returned to Europe in January, joining Nottingham Forest on a six-month contract and played a role in helping the club avoid relegation.
However, Nottingham Forest have confirmed the Ghana international is amongst the six senior players whose contracts have come to an end.
The former Swansea City and Al Sadd star is currently a free agent and must find himself a club before the commencement of the 2023/24 football season.
Footballghana.com understands Ayew has drawn several interest from European clubs as he leaves Nottingham Forest.
The Ghana international will take his time to assess his options before making a decision on his next move.
It is said Premier League newcomers Luton Town are eyeing a move for the Black Stars forward.
Club officials have recognized Ayew's wealth of experience and leadership qualities, viewing him as a player who could make a significant impact on their Premier League campaign.