Wolves ‘interested in bringing Idrissa Gueye back to the Premier League’ after just one season with PSG as midfielder is ‘lined up as potential replacement for Ruben Neves’
- Reports in France indicate Wolves have shown an interest in PSG midfielder
- Gueye only signed for the Parisian club last summer from Everton for £30m
- But Leonardo if planning an overhaul of the PSG midfield when window opens
- That could lead to ex-Aston Villa and Everton midfielder returning to England
Wolverhampton Wanderers 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 just one season.
And, according to Le10Sport.com, Wolves could move for Senegal international Gueye if Ruben Neves leaves Molineux this summer.
Reports in France suggest Idrissa Gueye (right) may return to the Premier League this summer
Gueye only signed for Paris Saint-Germain last summer in a deal worth £30million
Gueye, 30, signed for Villa from Lille for £9million back in the summer of 2015 before moving on to Everton a year later following Villa’s relegation from the Premier League.
He went on to play 108 times for Everton over the course of three seasons, making such a positive impression he was named the club’s joint player of the year in 2018-19 along with Lucas Digne.
That form persuaded PSG to part with £30m to sign him in July last year and Gueye has since featured in 31 matches before the cancellation of the Ligue 1 season in April.
The Senegal midfielder impressed for Everton during three seasons at Goodison Park
Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves has been linked with a move to Tottenham Hotspur
But despite Gueye impressing, PSG sporting director Leonardo is still looking to overhaul his midfield in this summer’s transfer window.
That could see one or more of Gueye, Ander Herrera and Julian Draxler leaving the club.
Tottenham have been linked with Neves, with manager Jose Mourinho a big admirer of his Portuguese compatriot.
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