Chinese Super League clubs are said to be interested in the Ghanaian, while West Ham have been linked with a move for Ayew in the past.
Aston Villa striker Jordan Ayew is the latest African star set for a lucrative move to China.
Ayew helped Villa clinch a 2-1 victory over Burton Albion at Villa Park after stepping off the bench to set up Ross McCormack's winning goal.
The Ghana international is reportedly unhappy at Craven Cottage, as Aston Villa's relegation from the Premier League in Ayew's first season at the club did hit the forward's confidence.
And according to The Mirror, Chinese Super League clubs are said to be interested in the Ghanaian, while West Ham have been linked with a move for Ayew in the past.
Should Ayew join the Hammers, he would be reunited with his brother Andre, who scored his first goal for them yesterday.
A lucrative offer from China is something that top talents are struggling to turn down. Chelsea confirmed the sale of Oscar to Shanghai SIPG last week for an incredible amount of money.