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Gueye pleads with Everton to sell him to PSG

Gueye pleads with Everton to sell him to PSG

Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly received a boost in their pursuit of Idrissa Gueye as the midfielder has asked to leave Everton.

However, Everton coach Marco Silva recently said that no new bids have been made for Gueye, who is now nursing a slight injury.

Gueye signed a new contract running to 2022 last February and a report claimed Silva had threatened to resign if Everton sold the player to PSG.

But Silva said that it was a minor injury which saw Gueye sit the match out, and that he was trying to be honest with everyone when he says there have been no new offers.

"He really likes our club, he is enjoying playing in our club".

"I know the market is open until 31 January and it's always tough for us but about the new offer, £30 million, nothing came true".

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PSG have already tabled a £21.5 million bid for the defensive midfielder, but the Toffees are expected to reject it and hold on to Gueye for the remainder of the season.

"You can use the word disappointed and of course it was a good opportunity for him, but it is a fantastic opportunity for him to stay with us also". I don't doubt we will see the same Gana again.

"I think with this information you can take your conclusion".

Gueye left Aston Villa for Merseyside in 2016 following the Birmingham-based club's relegation to the Championship.

Despite sitting 14 points off the top four, Gueye has played an important role in preventing goals this season when he's been deployed as a defensive midfielder. Silva told the press ahead of his sides Premier League clash away to Huddersfield. "We have to be stronger as a team and stronger than them in all the moments of the match". Let us know in the comments section below.