Paris Saint-Germain have made a bid of €30 million/£27 million for Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye.
The French champions are apparently back on the trail of the Senegal international according to L’Equipe, six months on from their previous pursuit.
Everton managed to hold onto the former Aston Villa ace, but rumours have floated around since the closure of the January window.
Back in February, Gueye gave an interview to L’Equipe in which he said it would be a dream to play for PSG.
Fans might have hoped PSG’s signing of Ander Herrera would have meant they’d give up on the 29-year-old, but it could be time for them to worry all over again.
Given that Leandro Paredes was signed in January, it seems peculiar that PSG seemingly still want Gueye, especially with Herrera also recently joining.
Perhaps the club are preparing to offload other individuals in order to get Gueye in ahead of the 2019/20 season – Christopher Nkunku, for example is being linked with a move to RB Leipzig.
Everton will not want to lose Gueye having been largely outstanding for the club since his move in 2016.
But Marcel Brands does favour younger players and £70,000-a-week star Gueye (Spotrac) turns 30 next month – it might be the last chance for the director of football to get big money for the dynamo.