Everton sold Idrissa Gueye last year, but reports are claiming Paris Saint-Germain could already be after selling him.
According to Le10 Sport, the French giants are looking to offload the midfield dynamo despite him penning a four-year deal.
He completed his move from Goodison Park for a reported fee of around £30 million (BBC Sport).
Gueye made 33 appearances in 2019/20, including 20 in Ligue 1, which perhaps makes the reports he could be sold somewhat surprising.
Apparently Leonardo is planning an overhaul, and Manchester United and Wolverhampton Wanderers have both been credited with an interest in the Senegal international.
Gueye, of course, carved out a fine reputation as a tenacious and combative midfielder during his three seasons at Goodison Park.
The 30-year-old proved to be an incredible bargain for the Toffees, arriving from a relegated Aston Villa for around £7 million (Sky Sports).
Gueye was hugely admired by the Everton faithful for his busy work in the engine room, and now some supporters have expressed their desire to see him re-signed.
Everton have arguably missed him in midfield and that was reflected in some of the responses on Twitter:
i’d have him back in a heartbeat never really replaced him!!and when we did sign a replacement in gbamin he got injured!!
— LES COLE (@LESCOLE10) August 4, 2020
Get straight in there no messing around, make a proper offer and tug at the lads heartstrings .
— Martin Handley (@BigMart66) August 4, 2020
I’d have him back in a heartbeat
— John Fowler (@concho1878) August 4, 2020
Can everton sign him back!!!
— Amit Balaggan FPL (@abalaggan) August 4, 2020
Go get him back. He’s got a few good years left.
— Paly Deadman (@DeadManAle) August 4, 2020
Come home son
— steffan’o the blue 》》》》》 (@steffan38wen) August 4, 2020
We should buy him back.
— Lewis Hughes (@LewisHu14622733) August 4, 2020
Hope we inserted a first refusal in the sale
— Keeping It Real Since 82 (@keepitreal_82) August 4, 2020
Would have Idrissa back in a heartbeat. The lad would guarantee you putting in the tackles and the hard yards.
— Peter Papadopoulos (@PeterPapadopo11) August 5, 2020