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Senegal midfielder Gueye joins PSG

Reuters , Tuesday 30 Jul 2019
Idrissa Gueye
Senegal's Idrissa Gueye (Photo: Reuters)
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Paris St Germain have signed Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye on a four-year contract, the French champions said on Tuesday.

The 29-year-old Senegal international joined Everton from Aston Villa in 2016 and made 108 appearances for the Merseyside club. He spent five years at Lille before moving to England, winning a league and cup double with the French club in 2011.

Financial details of the deal were not disclosed, but British media reported earlier that PSG would pay about 30 million pounds ($36.49 million) for the player.

"I'm immensely proud to sign for Paris Saint Germain," Gueye said in a statement on PSG's website https://en.psg.fr/teams/first-team/content/idrissa-gueye-signs-for-paris-saint-germain-until-2023. "I wanted to give a new boost to my club career by joining Paris Saint Germain, one of the most structured and ambitious sports projects in Europe.

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