Montpellier star Remy Cabella has been told to opt for a switch to either Manchester United, City, Chelsea or Arsenal, and avoid interest from Newcastle United, according to the Daily Star.

Outspoken Montpellier president Louis Nicollin has said he is happy to sell the wide man on the condition it is to a big club in either England or France.

Newcastle were keen to sign the 23-year-old in January, but Nicollin blocked the move, telling Cabella he ‘deserved something better.’

And now the Frenchman – who has scored 10 goals in Ligue 1 this season – has been warned to avoid the Magpies again.

“Newcastle? They’re good, aren’t they?” Nicollin said.

“Don’t make me laugh. In England, you should play at Arsenal or Chelsea or either of the Manchester teams at a push.

“We promised to let him leave. But I’ll advise him not to leave for just anywhere.

“I wouldn’t prevent him from leaving but he’s not made for that. He must find a good French club [like] Monaco or PSG.

“Remember all the big players. First of all, they left their team, they went to a bigger French club and then they left [France] and had their career.

“Remy should do the same.”

Nicollin has done business previously with Newcastle, selling defender Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa to the Magpies in January 2013- a deal he now looks back on with some regret.

“For my dear Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa, Newcastle is not paradise,” he added.

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