Paris Saint-Germain have finally agreed a deal with Everton to sign midfielder Idrissa Gueye, reports claim.
The Senegal international is expected to cost the French champions £28million, plus bonuses, according to Sky Sports.
The move will bring an end to Gueye’s three-year stay at Goodison Park.
Back in January, the Toffees rejected a late £25million bid for the Senegalese star, who handed in a transfer request to try and force through a deal.
Gueye revealed his disappointment at the time after his possible switch to Paris fell through, and said he hoped they would renew their interest.
He told French outlet L’Equipe: “It is a dream that sadly did not come true. Every player works to join the best teams, to play in matches in the Champions League.
“But I was honoured that PSG were interested in me. Now, I know that I am of interest to these types of clubs, I am ready to go to the final level to join a top European club.
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“I am going to work even more so that they come back to me. Maybe it is not finished with PSG.”
The move will be a disappointing one for Everton fans, with Gueye becoming a fans’ favourite and making 108 appearances in all competitions since joining from Aston Villa in 2016.
Everton have already confirmed the signing of midfielder Fabian Delph from Manchester City on a three-year deal worth £8m.
Andre Gomes has also arrived on a permanent deal from Barcelona after his successful loan spell last season, while goalkeeper Jonas Lossl was brought in on a free transfer from Huddersfield.