Remy Cabella asks agent to find him a new club – French reports
Remy Cabella has asked his agent to find him a new club, according to reports in France today.
La Provence claim that Reny Cabella has asked his people to find him a way out of Newcastle with Spain being his first choice.
Sevilla are said to be one of the clubs the player has his eye on, presumably with the lure of Champions League football thanks to their Europa League success last month.
The French newspaper say that a loan deal would be the most likely, with Marseille the first French club to express an interest in taking Remy Cabella back to France.
Marseille were interested in buying the winger before Newcastle agreed a deal and they need a credible signing to appease the fans, as Dimitri Payet is expected to leave shortly with West Ham the most likely destination.
Remy Cabella struggled to adapt to the Premier League in his first season, in and out of the team he made 21 Premier League starts and produced only one goal and two assists.
Having just broken into the France squad and being part of the squad in Brazil, Cabella has been cast to one side by Didier Deschamps as he has struggled on Tyneside.
All the French players are desperate to be part of the Euros next summer as it takes place in France and no doubt whatever his plans/thoughts for next season, Remy Cabella will have the national team in the forefront of his thinking when it comes to what he wants to do.
What Newcastle United and Mike Ashley would think of a potential one year deal is another matter. Though loan deals have become an increasing feature between top level clubs, with often significant loan fees payable, as well as getting a high earner off the books.
At the minute Remy Cabella is a devalued asset after the past year, whether he can bounce back and make it in the Premier League is a big question.
Hopefully whatever happens, it will be Steve McClaren who has the final say on whather Remy Cabella is at St Jams Park this coming season.
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