By Akyereko Frimpong Manson
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West Bromwich Albion scouts are will keep monitoring Ghana World Cup attacker Jordan Ayew as they were not fully satisfied from the opening game against the USA.
The Baggies as well as fellow English Premier League side Hull City have been looking at the progress of the Olympique Marseille forward and watched him grab a hat-trick in Ghana's 4-0 victory over South Korea in the USA before watching him from the stands in Ghana's group opener against USA.
Jordan, 22, has been interesting a host of clubs including the English pair and the player's agent Willie McKay has confirmed the interest around him.
He said: "Jordan is playing very well and he wants to show English Premier League clubs what he can do.
"There's a lot of interest gathering and a move to England appeals to him."
The Marseille striker spent half of last leason on loan at Sochaux and is expected to leave his club this summer.