Ghana football legend Abedi Ayew Pele insists his youngest son Jordan Ayew of Aston Villa is the most talented of all his three sons even though Andre had a blistering start to his English Premier League career with Swansea City.
Jordan recently signed a five year deal with English Premier League side Aston Villa after excelling with French side Lorient where he recorded 13 goals last season.
The Ghana international is however yet to fully convince the masses of his true potential after a not-too-impressive debut in the English Premier League over the weekend.
However, his elder brother showed his potential by scoring and grinding out a solid performance in his debut for Swansea as they held champions Chelsea to a 2-2 draw.
Despite this evidence, their father Abedi Pele still insists the 23-year-old is the most silkiest of his talented footballing family.
“They are both my children and you take each person with his qualities but I am not the only person to say that even Andre also says that Jordan is the most talented in the family,”
“Jordan has got speed and he is very elegant and very nice to watch he is relaxed skillful and has strength, he has got all the ingredients to be a good striker.”
“In France he has proved it a couple of times but he is still young and we are working on him to be the best not only in Ghana but in the world.”
“He is not like Andre who imposes his authority immediately he takes time to get it going. That is the difference.”
Rahim Ayew is the third and eldest of Abedi Pele’s sons and has played in Belgium and Egypt and Ghanaian giants Asante Kotoko. He is on the verge of moving to Sweden.