PSG: agreement reached with Everton for Idrissa Gueye

Idrissa Gueye
Idrissa Gueye

The “Toffees” and Parisians have finally reached an agreement to transfer the Senegalese midfielder Idrissa Gueye, which should cost Parisians €32 million.

Paris Saint-Germain had started off strong. Within a few days, the French champion had made the arrivals of Pablo Sarabia, Ander Herrera, Abdou Diallo, Marcin Bulka and Mitchel Bakker official. But in recent days, the situation seems to have calmed down considerably. And for good reason, Leonardo and his teams were working on a track that took a little while to materialize: the one leading to Idrissa Gueye, in the Parisian viewfinder for several months already.

Several times, the Liverpool club has failed Paris Saint-Germain in recent weeks. However, the situation has reportedly changed since the end of the African Cup of Nations. This weekend, we learned that there had been significant progress on this issue in recent days, and that the three parties wanted to conclude the negotiations as soon as possible. Everton finally seemed to have got used to the idea of having to let go of the 29-year-old Senegalese international…

Transaction at €32 million
Now Le Parisien is unveiling new information, rather positive for the club in the capital. We learn that last Saturday, Leonardo made an offer of 32 million euros to his English counterparts. An offer that satisfies the management of the Toffees, and the English sources consulted by the newspaper say that the agreement between the two groups is “taken for granted”, while the board of directors of the English club met earlier today.

Paris Saint-Germain and Thomas Tuchel are finally holding this long-awaited sentinel, which the German coach already wanted to see landed during the last winter mercato. The LOSC alumnus is expected to arrive in Paris before the end of the week before passing the traditional medical examination and sign the contract that will bind him to his new club. Until now, we were talking about a five-year lease for Gueye in Paris. We should therefore quickly know more…