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Yohan Cabaye Reveals Breaking Point At PSG

6 years ago
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Away on international duty with France, Yohan Cabaye has said that he misses England and revealed what his breaking point would be with PSG.

The midfielder is not happy with the amount of games he is getting at the French club and has started only four games out of nine in Ligue 1, plus in three of them Cabaye was substituted.

Last season the player was maybe a bit more understanding in terms of waiting for a run in the team as first choice, but Yohan Cabaye was dropped for the disappointing home draw with Monaco at the weekend and with PSG having already dropped twelve points, they are now seven points off leaders Marseille.

In an interview with L’Equipe.

Happy with amount of pitch time at PSG?;

“How do I live with being a starter with Les Bleus (France) and substitute with the club? I must accept it but that does not mean I am resigned to it.

“In training I try to show that I’m here and I want to play, I’m 28, I’m not starting in the trade.!

If dropped by France…;

“If one day the coach (Deschamps) decided to play me less because I do not get enough time playing for my club, I would have to talk to my representatives.”

If Cabaye is still not a regular starter by January, especially if PSG aren’t back to their competitive best of last season, then you would hope Newcastle United would do everything they could to bring him back.

PSG would surely not allow Cabaye to go to another French club, so even if it was only on loan it should be a no-brainer for Mike Ashley to try and tempt the influential player back.

Obviously the devil in me hopes Didier Deschamps drops Yohan Cabaye to hasten the process!

Of course very recently [intlink id=”48375″ type=”post”]Cabaye spoke very positively about both Mike Ashley and Alan Pardew [/intlink]so who knows…

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