Idrissa Gueye - Paris Saint - Germain includes Idrissa Jay officially
Paris Saint-Germain have reached an agreement with Everton for the signing of Senegalese international midfielder Idrissa Jay, who starred in the African Nations 2019
After failing to achieve their most important goal of qualifying for the Champions League last season, Paris Saint-Germain are looking to build a new team this summer to compete for the continental title of the new season.
As in recent years, the Parisians finished last season as French league champions League 1, but they have given up the Champions League early, and they have been drawn from the knockout stage in a dramatic surprise by Manchester United.
As part of the club's plan to strengthen the team in new lucrative deals, the club has officially settled the deal for Senegal midfielder Everton and England's Idrissa Jay.
Read more: Paris St Germain agrees with Everton to join Idrissa Jay - Paris St Germain reveals the hiring of Jay
Paris Saint-Germain announced Tuesday that it had signed a four-year deal with Edrissa Jay from Everton in June 2023.
Sky Sports has revealed that the French club has paid £ 29 million
(about 32 million euros) to Everton for Jay's signature.
--- Pat Jae is the eighth Senegalese player to wear a Paris Saint-Germain shirt throughout history.
The 29-year-old will return to Ligue 4 after four seasons in Lille, where he played the last shirt between 2010 and 2015 (176 games - 6 goals - 5 assists) Edreesa grew up in the Daimbars Academy in Senegal, including a trip to France and then moved to England where he played for Aston Villa in 2016 and Everton (2017-2019).
He is the fourth player in the Paris St Germain after signing Spain's Andir Herrera and Pablo Sarabia, Frenchman Abdou Diallo, and the sixth overall deal, after the national administration has boosted German coach Thomas Thugel as well as Dutchman Mitchell Packer and Polish striker Marcin Polka.
The signing of Jay came in an attempt by Paris St Germain to consolidate the defensive midfielder who lost last season Italian retired Thiago Motta and Adrian Rabio, who was away from the participation, before leaving for Juventus. Idrissa Jay starring Senegal in the African Nations 2019