English Championship side Swansea City are eager to offload Jordan and Andre Ayew during the summer transfer window.
The Ghanaian duo were sent out on season-long loan deals last year following Swans’ relegation from the Premier League.
Their hefty wages is proving unsustainable for the club following their relegation.
Jordan, who joined Crystal Palace last summer has a contract with the Welsh club which expires next summer.
Palace manager Roy Hodgson is determined to make his loan move permanent in a deal that could cost the Eagles £4million.
The experienced gaffer wants to make the Ghana international his first summer signing.
Meanwhile, Andre Ayew who is currently on loan with Turkish giants Fenerbaçe is contracted with Swansea until the summer of 2021.
The deputy Black Stars skipper penned a three and half year deal when he returned to South Wales from West Ham for a club record fee.
Fenerbahce president Ali Koc and manager Ersun Yanal have already confirmed their interest in making his stay at the club permanent.
Clubs in China and the Middle East are also reportedly interested in the attacker.