The Frenchman has become one of the Premier League’s top creative talents following his 2011 move to St James’ Park, and was a key part of the Magpies’ Europa League qualifying campaign.
But, after a disappointing season last time around, speculation surrounding Cabaye’s future on Tyneside has increased.
Monaco are keen to take advantage of any desire the 27-year-old may have to leave Newcastle, as they look to assemble a squad capable of competing for Ligue 1 honours.
The Mediterranean outfit only secured promotion to the French top flight recently, but have embarked on a spending spree thanks to the backing of their billionaire Russian owner.
The likes of Radamel Falcao, Joao Moutinho and James Rodriguez have been snapped up for over £100million, and it seems that the spending will not stop there.
Monaco coach Claudio Ranieri sees Cabaye as somebody who can provide a calming influence in his midfield, and is more than happy to spend big in order to lure him to the Stade Louis II.
The ex-Chelsea boss would also have the backing of the club’s hierarchy, with their CEO, Vadim Vasilyev, admitting that the ex-Lille man is in their thoughts.
“Yohan Cabaye? He is an exciting player,” said Vasilyev.
Newcastle are far from keen to sell, but a big money offer may prove too tempting as they themselves look to bolster their squad this summer.
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