Idrissa Gueye is reportedly ready for a move back to premier league year after leaving Everton. The player is said not to be on Thomas Tuchel's plan for next season and he could be offloaded this summer transfer window. Idrissa Gueye has been having incredible performance since leaving Everton despite not being a regular starter at Parc Des Princess.
The player represented his club extremely well in UEFA champions league and French Ligue1.Wolverhampton are currently leading the race to sign the former Everton's midfielder. Nuno Espirito has shown great potential to contend for the premier league tittle after securing vital points among big clubs including Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspurs and Liverpool.
Wolves finished their last premier league fixture against Chelsea and despite that they lost, Espirito's side proved to be a tough club to face. Nuno Espirito would want to build a solid and world-class midfield. This can be achieved if he secured the signature of Idrissa Gueye. Idrissa Gueye will absolutely form a lethal midfield with Moutinyo and Reuben Neves.
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