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Man United 'plan to bring Idrissa Gueye back to the Premier League'

Manchester United ‘eye up move to bring Idrissa Gueye back to the Premier League’ with PSG ready to sell former Everton star just one year after £30m transfer

  • Reports suggest that Manchester United are an interest in PSG’s Idrissa Gueye
  • United will open negotiations for his exit after the Champions League campaign 
  • Gueye only signed for the Ligue 1 club last summer from Everton for £30million 

Manchester United have been linked with a move to bring Idrissa Gueye back to the Premier League. 

Reports in France suggest the former Aston Villa and Everton defensive midfielder could be on his way out of Paris Saint-Germain after completing just one season.

According to Le10Sport United could bid for the Senegal international this summer but will have to fend off competition from fellow admirers Wolves.  

Reports suggest that Manchester United are an interest in singing Idrissa Guey from PSG

It is believed that United will open negotiations for his Ligue 1 exit after the Champions League finishes.  

Should Gueye sign for United, it will be the third Premier League club he has played for in the last five years.

The 30-year-old signed for Aston Villa from Lille for £9m back in the summer of 2015 before moving on to Everton a year later following Villa’s relegation from the Premier League. 

Gueye only signed for the Ligue 1 club last summer from Everton for a total of £30million

However, Sporting Director Leonardo is said to be in the process of completing his sale

He went on to feature 108 times for The Toffees over the course of three seasons and was even named the club’s joint player of the year in 2018-19 along with Lucas Digne.  

Such form caught the attention of PSG, convincing them to sign him for £30m last July. 

The defensive midfielder has since played in 33 games in all competitions for PSG this season.

However, PSG sporting director Leonardo is said to be open to selling the midfielder for the right price.




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