Like Thilo Kehrer and Eric Dina-Ebimbe, Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Idrissa Gueye is getting closer to leaving this summer transfer window. The Senegalese international has agreed to join Everton.
Idrissa Gueye has an agreement with Everton.
The slimming of Paris Saint-Germain on this summer transfer window is experiencing a real acceleration. Until now, the capital club had simply managed to get rid of a single undesirable: midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum, on loan to AS Roma.
But on Tuesday, the reigning French champion agreed with West Ham and Frankfurt for the departures of versatile defender Thilo Kehrer and midfielder Eric Dina-Ebimbe.
Gueye said yes Everton
And at the same time, the file concerning Idrissa Gueye was also unblocked! According to information from the daily L’Equipe, the Senegalese international has reached an agreement to join Everton. Initially hesitant to return to the Toffees after a successful first stint (2016-2019), the 32-year-old was finally convinced by the leaders of the Premier League club.
Now ready to fly to England to have his medical examination and complete this operation, the former Lille resident is however awaiting the green light from the management of PSG. Indeed, the current leader of Ligue 1 has yet to come to an agreement on the conditions of this deal, which should be a permanent transfer for an element under contract until June 2023.
Other departures to come
In any case, this departure of Gueye represents good news for Paris. Little by little, the Ile-de-France loft is emptying, however, with the cases of Layvin Kurzawa, Ander Herrera, Rafinha, Julian Draxler and even Mauro Icardi managing. Not to mention the Leandro Paredes file, who could well join Juventus Turin. By succeeding in its slimming operation, PSG will then be able to complete its recruitment with the desired arrivals of a central defender, a midfielder and an attacker.
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