PSG star Gueye sends message to Marco Silva after Everton dismissal
PSG midfielder Idrissa Gueye has sent his best wishes to Marco Silva following his sacking as Everton manager.
Silva was shown the exit door after Everton's 5-2 defeat to Liverpool in Wednesday's Merseyside derby which left them 18th on the Premier League table.
Following the Toffees' string of poor results, the 42-year-old left his role as the first-team coach after 18 months in charge and Gueye, who played under him during the 2018-19 season, has sent him a message from Paris.
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After spending three years on Merseyside, the Senegal international left Everton in the summer for a fee of around £30million and he has established himself as a key player in PSG's midfield.
Gueye has played 14 matches across all competitions this campaign, including 10 league games with a solitary goal to his name.