Ayew out till 2017 and will undergo surgery

West Ham have been managed a huge blow with club record marking Andre Ayew out for four months. The £20.5million forward limped off the Stamford Bridge pitch 35 minutes into his presentation against Chelsea with a thigh harm which chief Slaven Bilic sought would just keep him out after three weeks. However, examines on Wednesday uncovered that Ayew, marked from Swansea 10 days prior, will require surgery that will keep him out until at any rate Christmas. Ayew pulled up in the wake of sprinting for a ball and was not anticipated that would be out long haul. Hours before the consequences of the sweep arrived, Bilic was clarifying how fulfilled he was with the span of his squad, however the Croatian has been left crushed by the news that Ayew has torn a muscle. Club specialist Stijn Vandenbroucke said Ayew confronted 'a critical recovery period' and included that they would counsel 'top pros' to manage the issue. Bilic is as of now feeling the impacts of the hassles and strains of contending in the Europa League and on a local front. Their Monday night Premier League match against Chelsea was trailed by a flight to Romania to confront Astra Giurgiu two days after the fact to plan for the Europa League qualifier on Thursday.