A great signing for Paris Saint-Germain in that he helped shore up an at times wobbly defence, Idrissa Gueye could already be on his way out from the French club.

Bought from Everton last July for £27m, the 30-year-old has been a regular under Thomas Tuchel in both the league and the Champions League, which is why this news could come as a surprise.

Manchester United were previously reported at being interested, and now it’s Wolverhampton Wanderers’ turn to be mentioned.

It all comes from Le10 Sport in France, who explain that Leonardo, PSG’s technical director, is the one behind this idea of selling the Senegal international.

It’s stated that Wolves ‘have their eye’ on the former Everton man, who has ‘multiple times’ pushed away the idea of leaving France after just one year.

However, it might not be his choice if Leonardo ends up wanting to revamp the club’s midfield ahead of next season.

In that case, Wolverhampton Wanderers are likely to be sniffing around, as Nuno Espírito Santo looks to try and keep growing the Molineux club into a force to be reckoned with.