Arsenal could rekindle their interest in Yohan Cabaye, with the Frenchman having confessed that he’s growing frustrated with his current situation at Paris Saint-Germain.
The silky playmaker swapped Newcastle for a move back to his homeland in January, but despite costing the Ligue 1 champions £19m, the 28-year-old has been far from a first-team regular.
With a host of talented and experienced rivals for a starting berth, Cabaye has been rotated in and out of the XI by boss Laurent Blanc – making just four outings so far this season.
Although he admits that he doesn’t want to walk out on PSG just yet, the pass-master says that the current state of affairs is far from ideal for him:
“This doesn’t suit me. I’ve not spoken to Blanc about my situation,” he told L’Equipe.
“I am 28 years old and not just starting out. I won’t change my style now. The coach’s choices must be respected, but I won’t quit.
“I have the character and my goal is to show what I can do on pitch. I know I must play very well in order to keep my place in team.”
Arsenal were linked with Cabaye last year, with reports at the time having claimed that a deal to take him to north London was all but done.
The Gunners also chased him shortly before he joined PSG.
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