Marseille ready to sell Jordan but not Andre
Andre (left) celebrating a goal with Jordan for Marseille
This emerged after the financially-stricken club put all of its players but Andre and Nicolas N'Koulou on the transfer list.
Coach Didier Deschamps is a great admirer of Cameroon defender N’Koulou and Andre and has asked the president of the club not to sell the two players as he plans to rebuild the team around them.
A source who spoke on the condition of anonymity told Provence: "Apart from Nicolas N'Koulou and to a lesser extent, Andre Ayew, all of our players are for sale."
Jordan, 20, has been linked with a loan move to Saint Etienne next season.
Marseille's financial trouble and the failure to qualify for next edition of Champions League has deprived Les Phoceens of much-needed financial windfall.
In order to balance the books, Marseille have to sell many players in the summer as they are facing a deficit of 35 million Euros.
Certain players could be sacrificed to reduce the club’s debt and departures of many key players seem inevitable.