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Gueye (in green) played for Senegal at the Africa Nations Cup in Egypt

French club Paris St-Germain have announced the signing of Senegal midfielder Idrissa Gueye from Premier League side Everton.

The four-year deal is reportedly in the region of $36m (£30m).

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Gueye, 29, was a losing finalist with Senegal at the recent Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt and made the official "team of the tournament".

He scored four goals for Everton during his time in England, and returns to France where he spent seven seasons with Lille from 2008 to 2015.

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He told BBC Focus on Africa that his 17 months as culture and tourism minister between 2012 and 2013 "was very hard".

Looking at it from the outside, he said, "you think that you touch a button and everything changes, but this is not the reality".

But he added that he still advises President Macky Sall.

He talked about his time in politics and his new album, History, to our colleague Veronique Edwards:

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