Sports Koulibaly at PSG? Gueye says yes!
In Senegal, the coronavirus reduces the Independence Day to heartache
© REUTERS / Zohra Bensemra Senegalese graffiti artists of the RBS group encourage the population to protect themselves from the epidemic threat, in Dakar, March 25, 2020. The 60th anniversary of the country's independence, this April 4, is organized in the context of the fight against the coronavirus: the planned festivities have been canceled and the celebration will be reduced to the strict minimum.
Idrissa Gueye militates in favor of the arrival of Kalidou Koulibaly to the champions of France. Although football has been stopped for almost a month now due to the coronavirus pandemic, Leonardo is nonetheless actively working towards it for the next summer transfer window. Despite the great uncertainty that reigns on this transfer market, the should be active there, in particular due to the probable departures of , , and , all at the end of the contract on June 30th. The Parisian captain may repeat to envy his wish to stay in Paris, the end of his adventure in the capital seems to have been reached. Leonardo has already identified his successor. Mentioned for several years, the arrival of would be more relevant than ever, the president of , Aurelio de Laurentiis, who had so far always opposed his departure, this time seeming disposed to let him go. A transfer that his compatriot , who arrived at PSG last summer, would welcome it. "I didn't talk about it (with him), I didn't talk about it with anyone, except with one of my coaches who sent me a message to tell me that it would be great. Yes, of course would be great for him and especially for the club, "he told the microphone of Canal + Sport Afrique. It would be great for me too to have another Senegalese in the club. I get along very well with him. "call 'my general'. If he comes here, it will be good for us and for him."
Senegal: visionaries and marabouts deserted due to the coronavirus pandemic .
© REUTERS / Zohra Bensemra Senegalese graffiti artists from the RBS group encourage the population to protect themselves from the epidemic threat, in Dakar, March 25, 2020. The coronavirus pandemic can also have sometimes unexpected economic consequences. In Senegal, throughout the year, many Senegalese consult the marabouts, seers and other healers several times a month. Consultations which often take place face to face, but the clientele is scarce.