English Premiership

Cabaye linked with EPL return

2014-11-11 09:25
Yohan Cabaye (Supplied)
Cape Town - France midfielder Yohan Cabaye is being linked with a return to the English Premiership with a trio of top clubs interested in ending his PSG nightmare.

The Metro report that PSG are willing to let former Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye end his stay in Ligue 1.

Manchester United are the latest club to being linked with a January move for the influential French midfielder.

Arsenal and Liverpool are reported to have firm interest in Cabaye.

After failing to break into the PSG first team since his January 2014 move to the French giants, Cabaye is believed to be interested in a return to the English Premiership.

PSG signed Cabaye from Newcastle for a fee of £18 million in January.

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