The senior national squad of Ghana is currently captained by André Morgan Rami Dede Ayew. His parents, a Ghanaian mother and the renowned Ghanaian football hero Abedi Pele, welcomed him on December 17, 1989, in Seclin, France.
Ayew began his professional career in Ghana, where he played for Nania at the age of 14 and made his club debut.
Prior to making his professional debut in the 2007–08 season, he spent two seasons in the club’s youth program after signing a deal with Marseille in 2005.
Ayew spent the next two seasons on loan at Arles-Avignon and Lorient, where he helped the latter team to its first-ever promotion to Ligue 1.
When he returned to Marseille in 2010, he instantly made a name for himself as an important player on Didier Deschamps’ starting lineup.
He helped the team win the Coupe de la Ligue and Trophée des Champions back-to-back in 2010 and 2011, making over 200 games for them.
In addition to playing for Marseille, he has also played for English club Swansea City, Lorient, and the Qatar Stars League team Al Sadd as a winger.
Time with the Blackstars
By accruing the most national team appearances, “Dede” Ayew cemented his place in Ghanaian history.
With 110 appearances, he has more than legendary former striker Asamoah Gyan in terms of Ghanaian players (109).
In November 2021, he made his 100th appearance for Ghana, and in a key World Cup qualification game against South Africa that took place in Cape Coast, he scored the game’s only goal.
Ayew made his international debut for Ghana in 2007 while still a teenager, and today he leads the four-time African champions.
Yvonne and Dede Ayew are married, and the two of them are parents to three children. Their private lives are largely kept a secret since they make every effort to avoid engaging in public controversy.
Cars, Houses and Networth
Despite originating from an affluent household, Dede worked very hard to be where she is now. Despite putting in more than 15 years of hard labor, the majority of his money has come from his football career and endorsement deals with well-known West African businesses.
He is one of the wealthiest footballers in Africa with a net worth of $16 million, a title he thoroughly merits.
Over five of his houses are dispersed throughout the world. He travels in modern vehicles.
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