The trio are part of a 12-man surplus to requirements list from French champions PSG as they prepare to clean up their house under the new director, Luis Campos.
Ex-Man United midfielder, Senegal's AFCON2021 heroes amongst 12 transfer-listed by PSG
Ligue 1 champions PSG are looking to refresh their team ahead of the new season and have put for sale two Senegalese stars and a former Manchester United midfielder.
The club seems set for a busy summer under Campos, who has now listed Herrera, Gueye and Diallo amongst 12 players who must leave Parc des Princes this summer.
According to Spain-based outlet, MARCA, the transfer outgoings have already started following the transfer of goalkeeper Alphonse Areola to Premier League side, West Ham United.
The Hammers have completed the transfer of the former Real Madrid goalkeeper, with PSG getting €12m in return. However, that is just the start of what is set to be a busy period for the Ligue 1 moneybags.
As per Marca via L'Equipe, PSG is looking to raise money from sales to reinvest in the squad with as many as ten players set for the exit door.
- Gueye, Diallo and Herrera headline that list
Senegal's AFCON 2021 heroes, Gueye and Diallo are on the list of players expected to leave PSG this summer.
Both players were in superb form earlier this year in Cameroon as Senegal lifted the Africa Cup of Nations for the first time in their history.
However, things haven't worked out for both players at their club and now they have been asked to look for pastures green elsewhere.
Also on the list are former Manchester United duo, Angel di Maria, who has been linked with a move to the Italian club, Juventus, and Herrera.
Former Inter Milan former, Mauro Icardi and compatriot Paredes are also on the list despite having expressed their desires to remain at the club.
- Neymar - is the biggest name on the list
Brazilian star, Neymar seems to be the biggest name on the list as reports continue to make the rounds that Campos has asked the Samba Boy to find a new club.
However, nothing concrete has happened yet as it relates to any of these players, with their names set to remain in the news alongside manager, Mauricio Pochettino whose future at the club is also in doubt.
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