English Premier League club, Crystal Palace will be without the service of Ghana striker, Jordan Ayew.
The 32-year-old will be away from Palace for at most a month on international duty with manager, Roy Hodgson facing selection headache in the English football.
Jordan Ayew will be a key figure in Ghana coach, Chris Hughton’s squad for the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations in Ivory Coast next year.
The former Swansea City forward played a major role in the West African nation’s qualifiers where they topped group E with 12 points from five six games.
The four time African champions rallied from a goal down to beat Central Africa Republic 3-1 at the Baba Yara Stadium in the final hurdle which earned them a 10th consecutive AFCON slot.
Jordan’s absence might be a worry for Palace but boss Roy Hodgson will certainly fashion out strategies to fill the void that will be left by the former Aston Villa attacker.
Jordan scored the third goal when Ghana defeated West African neighbors, Liberia 3-1 in an international friendly at the Accra Sports Stadium on Tuesday, September 12.