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.

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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.



  • Hez

    Sell him, loan him makes no difference if he is at NUFC or not as he offers and contributes very little

  • fireflyuk

    Regardless of how bad they are we shouldn’t be letting anyone out of the door until we have a full squad, we are very good at getting rid of players because that saves money but we never replace them.

  • Stephen Geordie Beck

    John Atkinson

  • WilliamCarney

    Yes get-rid of him, he is a one trick pony that is out of his depth, he was never a replacment for Cabaye or Ben Arfa, I have known none professional players who were better than him when they were younger, never worth 12 million.

  • Porciestreet

    This is the whole point of what Ashley does not understand. Socks and track-suit bottoms do not compete with eachother. When a warehouse of Donay socks runs out he will order some more There is no Urgency..! And from where I stand, it’s the same reasoning why Charnley is no good at what he’s supposed to be doing. His lack of understanding is the cause of any urgency and forthright action. 
    Nothing will change until that is put right. 
       Ashley and his minions must go………………………………..!            HWTF,

  • ArtyH

    This was to be expected, another one who discovered its not like it said in the broacher, too lightweight anyway and no commitment.

  • LeazesEnder

    Porciestreet He doesn’t have much stock does he?

  • SimonDavies1

    For the past few years we have just played Pardew football. Meaning that every man on the pitch is a defender! And when under pressure we hoof the ball forward to a big man up front, well until we sold all the big men. Cabella and HBA were played out of position. It was like us asking laurent robert or Davic Ginola to play as a defensive midfielder. Neither of them, which had terrific times with us would be able to play in those positions with the poor players surrounding them. When we sold Ba, Carroll, and Ameobi who was there to hold the ball up? No one! We set ourselves up to become a team where we just try and keep the ball out of the net time and time again. 

    We need creative attacking players. We need to bring excitement back, and allow our flair players to do this! I hope he will stay on for at least one season to see if we can get some solid players around him. 

    Mbiwa was another player which was useless according to us. I bet he was well upset when playing in the champions league.

  • Steven Phillips

    Rubbish

  • SimonDavies1

    fireflyuk We have to play him in position. His skills were never allowed to used in the CarDew era. They both disliked players like this HBA was another. He’s not a defender but was always being asked to play there

  • Jamiekgordon

    Pardew football………
    If it wasn’t for Pardew football we would of got relegated, Pardew football worked for Crystal Palace, Pardew football got us in to Europe

  • Alan Laffey

    Needs someone to help him find some morality to acceptedly do what he’s handsomely paid for !

  • i’ll start the car Remy…

  • Numero1

    SimonDavies1 Hopefully this is BS and Mclaren has already talked to the lad.

  • toon tony

    Pardew football nearly got us RELEGATED.

  • Paul Patterson

    Probably our biggest flop of the last 10 years to be fair. £12m?? If we’d paid £2m I’d be saying ‘You get what you pay for’.

  • Paul Patterson

    Er, look at the seasons again.
    2011/12- January – no players sold, Papiss Cisse bought. Result- 5th.
    2012/13- January – Demba Ba sold- Result – 16th.
    2013/14- January – Yohan Cabaye sold – Result – 10th
    2014/15- January – Ben Arfa, Mbiwa, Santon gone AND Pardew leaves, Result – Last day relegation survival.
    I’m pig sick of this Pardew bashing. I didn’t like the man, but the evidence is there for all to see.
    He wasn’t the bloody problem- FAR from it . .

  • WilliamCarney

    Roberts Grey Pants You start the car, I’ll google map directions back home for him :D

  • MarkthoMark

    NUFC_NEWS_UK Oh what a suprise. nufc are selling players not BUYING them
    weve Already let 6 players go saving wages and greed provails!!!

  • DownUnderMag

    This is another player who suffered at the hands of our negative tactics.  If we had any more creativity about our play then I have no doubt that Riviere and Cabella would not have been as bad as they were.  People are also writing players off after one season in a struggling side in a new league.  Cabaye fit in so well because the team played well while he was settling in.  There’s a huge difference in doing that and trying to forge your own game under difficult circumstances.  They may not work out but they weren’t exactly given the best of chances were they?!?!?!

  • MarkthoMark

    NUFC_NEWS_UK Sell to buy again Ashley. he hasnt changed he WONT Change hes Obsessed with making Profit 1st 2nd and 3rd. Complete Parasite.

  • m0nasnyr99

    MarkthoMark NUFC_NEWS_UK out of the interest who are the 6?

  • Michael Maximus Moose

    LeazesEnder Porciestreet
    Dont you just hate Minions !

  • Andrew Barton

    Good luck with that!

  • SimonDavies1

    Jamiekgordon Now I agree with what you said about getting us into europe. But the players can not cope doing the legwork asked of them week in and week out. The season we qualified for europe we were not really a brilliant team as in quality. We just put up a hell of a fight and it was defensive football to try and scrape a 1-0. It will be interesting to see how Pardew does in the seasons to come at palace. 

    The reasons I didn’t like him: 
    Players out of position and then called shite or sold as they couldn’t play out of position. 
    Getting 1-0 up and taking off the main striker and putting someone small on. We would be under pressure, hoofing the ball clear and without a target it came straight back and oh we conceded. 
    He was not exactly a nice chap on the side of the pitch, It is hard to defend a guy who can not control himself. Carver did the same. 

    One seasons 5th finish the next 16th That is why I suggest he is not as good as the pardew lovers suggest

  • SimonDavies1

    Paul Patterson Yea finishing 16th was pure class

  • Jamiekgordon

    Ashley sold the best players what did you expect!
    Apparently Pardew is a bad manager, well he improved Cabaye because PSG signed him
    He improved Demba Ba, and Remy plus what has Ben Arfa done since Pardew made the choice to SACK him!

  • Jamiekgordon

    If it wasn’t for the good run Pardew put us on mid season we would be in the championship you FOOL.

  • Jezza_NUFC

    Jamiekgordon  If it wasn’t for the shambolically bad run we had under Pardew in the first three months of the season we wouldn’t have needed that good run mid season to get us out of trouble. – See more at: //www.themag.co.uk/2015/06/remy-cabella-asks-agent-to-find-him-a-new-club-french-reports/#sthash.BD8Aruak.dpuf

  • MarkthoMark

    m0nasnyr99 NUFC_NEWS_UK gutierrez taylor campbell streete a couple of players that i will get back to u on. mbiwa santon sold not replaced

  • Jamiekgordon

    IF, IF IF IF IF
    IF ASHLEY DID NOT SELL OUR BEST PLAYERS AND REPLACE THEM WITH UTTER SHITE WE COULD OF FINISHED 10th!
    IF GRAHAM CARR DID NOT WASTE MONEY ON RIVIÈRE, CABELLA, SIEM DE JONG ETC
    Pardew is not a brilliant manager but he is the best manager Newcastle United can employ under the Ashley business regime! No one is stupid enough to manager a club with over expectant supporters and to work with no powers in the transfer market! Paul clement turned Newcastle down but took the Derby job yet Derby sack their manager because he is not good enough for championship club Derby county but yet good enough/stupid enough to work for SPORTSDIRECT FC

  • MarkthoMark

    m0nasnyr99 NUFC_NEWS_UK if you think im upset im a mild case compared to some Nufc fans who are Livid theyve been lied to over and over.

  • Jamiekgordon

    Apparently the Tyne bridge has rusted so much that they plan to close it for 6 weeks to work on it. Apparently the rust was caused by Alan Pardew sneezing 18 months ago…..
    #BLAMEPARDEW

  • Jamiekgordon

    BLAMEPARDEW

  • m0nasnyr99

    MarkthoMark NUFC_NEWS_UK no, I totally agree with you….but out of those 6 I wouldn’t have any of them for next season

  • MarkthoMark

    m0nasnyr99 NUFC_NEWS_UK fair point but we need depth and quickly.#nufc

  • DownUnderMag

    Jamiekgordon I think certain section of the fans need to take a look at themselves also.  I certainly remember a certain “fan favourite” Colocini being absolutely horse shite in his first season!

  • Jamiekgordon

    They say what a bad manager he is but he did well with Cabaye, Remy, Ba and even Carroll, but Ashley sold them!!!!
    Everyone moaned about Pardew when he Sacked Ben Arfa! He then got booted out of Hull and is still rotting somewhere! No one talks about beating Chelsea, Man United , Man city etc etc they only talk negatively!
    Jose Mourinho lost to Bradford in the FA CUP imagine what Newcastle fans would of done!!!!!!

  • Michael Maximus Moose

    Pardewed, good & proper

  • JohnyH

    Pardew was just a symptom of the disease that affects this club, he was never the real reason we’re so shite.
    Cabella doesn’t want to be affected by the same disease, so he wants out.
    No one wants to come here because of the disease.
    Mike Ashley is the disease, he must go before the club dies.
    BOYCOTT

  • m0nasnyr99

    MarkthoMark NUFC_NEWS_UK keep on reminding myself it’s only 25th June but like many of us #frustrated

  • DownUnderMag

    Jamiekgordon the results were not the main cause for concern with Pardew.  You summed it up exactly, he did OK when he had all his best players fit and in form…so when they were sold why did he not come out and say something?  He kept his mouth shut to protect his job, yet his job was also dependent THEN on results which he failed to get.  He also lost a lot of respect with fans because he was blatantly lying, by choice or owners design, but his silence or spouting company policy showed he had no integrity.  
    The players that Pardew booted like Ben Arfa, MYM etc weren’t really given a proper chance to prove themselves.  Ben arfa was always going to be a huffy player, but how can Pardew go from telling everyone he is the next Messi to then refusing to allow him to play the way that suits his game then blame him for being ineffective?  See what I am saying?  I’m not saying the players were superstars, i’m saying that Pardew didn’t play a style of football to their strengths or didn’t give them a chance at all.
    A good manager gets the best out of their players and plays football to suit his own sides strengths,  he doesn’t ask players to play to their weakest areas and sacrifice their good attributes and then blame them for his own failures.  If he played Ben Arfa as an attacking player and he failed to deliver then fine, but asking him to play as a winger and constantly track back??  Did Sir Bobby ask that of Robert?  Did Keegan ask that of Ginola?  Of course not, their game wasn’t suited to that and the side got more out of them going forward.

  • SimonDavies1

    DownUnderMag Jamiekgordon Couldn’t agree with that more! Players out of position being called shite

  • SimonDavies1

    Jamiekgordon Pardew was rubbish 38.38% win ratio is shite! He was not good enough it is as simple as that. By him quitting we didn’t have to pay out. Do you think Cashley would of paid him out of a contract?

    Take the pardew lovers glasses off and come back to reality! He wasn’t good enough, his decisions were at times shocking. 

    He could honestly coach the skill out of Messi and Ronaldo

  • Jamiekgordon

    The senior players did not want Ben Arfa in the dressing room because of he’s attitude and unwillingness to help the team, we can’t afford to carry players

  • CMRowley

    Jamiekgordon Jose Mourinho also won the league cup and the league.  
    Imagine what the Newcastle fans would have done!

  • CMRowley

    DownUnderMag Jamiekgordon He also did terribly  when he had all his best players fit and in form….

  • Jamiekgordon

    He’s best players where sold and replaced with shite, look what happened to Spurs when they sold their best player? But Spurs then invested all the money back into the squad but we don’t and that is not Pardews fault!
    Williamson
    R.Taylor
    Dummett
    S.Taylor
    Anita
    Gouffran
    Abied
    Cabella
    Ameobi
    Rivière
    Elliot
    Alnwick
    Are not good enough!
    What do you expect?

  • Shaker_Shakrah

    he can go to hell and always remember he is NOTHING as a footballer !! 
    Joke of a player

  • SimonDavies1

    Jamiekgordon R Taylor playing instead of Abeid in CM. Anita played well the last game of the season why was that hmmmm he played in his natural position, not rb or a high up cm. A true def midfielder that can read the game and make interceptions. 

    Ameobi I agree not good enough. Wish he would cut inside rather than going outside EVERY time. 

    Why was Hughton sacked in the first pace? Pardew was a puppet of Ashley. He did well for us at times but he was so inconsistent. If you at your job were as inconsistent as Pardew would you still be in work? I wouldn’t

  • Jamiekgordon

    Hahahahaha…. Comparing the current Newcastle United regime too Chelsea!
    I think Mourinho has a bigger budget and better players than Pardew!
    Like I said “I THINK”
    Abramhovic has spent £1billion
    http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/news-and-comment/roman-abramovichs-10year-chelsea-anniversary-what-did-he-ever-do-for-us-spend-2-billion-in-10-years-at-chelsea-thats-what-8680084.html

  • CMRowley

    Jamiekgordon I didn’t compare, you did.  I’m using your analogy.

  • Jamiekgordon

    What’s that got to do with it?
    Alex Ferguson, Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger weren’t the greatest of players

  • 1957

    Has always seemed lightweight, showy and has very little end product, but many supporters were desperate for the club to sign him last season. Although some pointed out his failings, albeit based on YouTube videos, there was a clamour for a ‘marquee’ signing and he was it.
    Regardless of the argument on Pardew’s ability Cabella was never going to fit into the system the then manager wanted to play. Pardew’s teams need strong and or powerful players (Cabaye could fight his corner if he needed to) with high technical ability optional hence his liking for Obertan and Pardew’s own reported transfer targets last year Colin Kazeem Richards and Jason Puncheon.
    Either Carr didn’t take any notice of Pardew’s system of playing and Pardew didn’t rate Cabella (just like MYM) or Pardew agreed to having a player he then failed to integrate into the club. We can speculate but we’ll never know the truth
    I don’t think Cabella is a bad player just in the wrong team set up and possibly the wrong league

  • Jimmywayhay

    Ben Arfa was better than this bryl cream boy ,one out then and none in ,what a circus!

  • v0ices

    Jamiekgordon are you pardews agent? he was a journyman manager and not good enough for nufc mccclaren is also not good enough but neither of them are terrible managers. pardews biggest problems were his awful football and his willingness to support anything ashley said.

  • Jamiekgordon

    Pardew done what his employer asked him to do!
    Problem with Newcastle supporters is that “no one is good enough” for our club we still think we should be beating Man united 5-0 and beating Barcelona in the champions league!!!
    WAKE UP YOU FOOLS

  • jimblag

    Jamiekgordon Just cos he had a few players sold from underneath him doesn’t mean he had to play boring negative football every game, it didn’t mean he couldn’t use his tactical nous to use substitutions properly (bring on Shola at the 70 minute mark every game), it doesn’t mean he couldn’t experiment with formations, didn’t mean he had to head butt opponents, didn’t mean he had to ruin every win by dedicating it to Ashley, didn’t mean he had to play players out of position every game, didn’t mean he had to stick to his favorites every game even if they hadn’t performed for months, didn’t mean he had to lie to the fans constantly to please Ashley……blah blah blah i could go on.

  • Jamiekgordon

    We won at old Trafford, The Etihad, Stamford Bridge we was unlucky to get knocked out of the Europa by Benfica (Champions league team) all on a championship budget…
    Hopefully when Pep Guadiola is appointed and Messi and Ronaldo sign you will stop moaning…..

  • v0ices

    Jamiekgordon you are the fool because beating man united and barcelona is what the club should be aiming for not accepting shite

  • Jamiekgordon

    Hahaha. So it’s Pardews fault we don’t have a corrupted Russia billionaire or some mega rich Arabs giving him £500million to spend!
    Get real mate and don’t forget to do your homework, enjoy school tomorrow

  • NottsToon

    Seems like it’s not true. I would actually give Cabella another season, he’s clearly got ability and was never going to thrive under the hoof ball regime of last season. Perhaps Schteve and the Scottish kid can get some potential out of him, plus players sometimes need a run of games and time to settle….he got neither.

  • Malcolm Robinson

    not being funny does the mag ever write some positive news ffs

  • Jezza_NUFC

    v0ices Jamiekgordon  I would say the other big problem with Pardew was the way he conducted himself. His very first act as Newcastle manager was to lie about the impending sale of Andy Carroll and that set the tone for his entire 4 years in the job. Then you had things like him headbutting an opposition player, manhandling a linesman and calling a well respected opposing manager a c*** on the touchline. All of these incidents were equally as unacceptable as losing 4 on the trot to the Mackems, going out in the 3rd round of the FA Cup almost every season (always to lower division opposition) losing 6 league games on the trot and getting stuffed 6-0 at home in a Premiership match for example.

  • Hez

    Such as?

  • GeoffreyRDixon

    Great news,