While Idrissa Gueye is announced in the sights of Everton with insistence, the departure of the Senegalese international seems to be blocked for the moment.
Like many other players, Idrissa Gueye is one of the elements whose PSG wish to part ways during this summer transfer window. In its objective to fully renew the midfield of the team trained by Christophe Galtierthe Parisian sports department chaired by Luis Fields indicated the exit door to the former player ofEvertonwhich has now incorporated afternoon training sessions into Lodge Camp, on the sidelines of the group which is summoned for matches at the weekend. This situation did not please Idrissa Gueye at the beginning, he who aspired to stay in Paris this season, but the 32-year-old has finally opened up to a departure.
After rejecting the idea of a finish in Galatasaraythe player passed through the LOSC and AstonVilla is now targeted by Evertonthe club where he played before joining the PSG in 2019. This position appeals to the principal concerned, but not on any condition. According to information disclosed by The Parisian in its current edition, Idrissa Gueye knows that he will lose in terms of salary if he is transferred from PSG to Toffees, something which therefore leads him to claim compensation from the Parisian club in order to compensate for this loss. However, this version presented by the Ile-de-France regional daily could embellish the reality of the situation.
In fact, the journalist RMC Sports Fabrice Hawkins presents a very different situation from the case. According to him, Idrissa Gueye would simply like to be released from his last year of contract at PSG, which would therefore assume that the last year of his salary would be paid to him, at least in large part. At the same time, this would allow the Senegalese international to join Everton as part of a free transfer allowing him to receive a nice signing bonus. problem, the PSG is closed to this option as it stands according to Fabrice Hawkins. Naturally, Paris wants to receive transfer compensation with the departure of his player. The two parties are therefore clearly not on the same wavelength, it now remains to be seen how they will be able to find common ground over the next few days, less than two weeks from the end of this summer transfer window 2022.