Yohan Cabaye is to be given another season to impress at Paris Saint-Germain after his disappointing maiden campaign at the club.
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The France international midfielder first made his name in Ligue 1 with LOSC Lille, winning the title at the club in 2011 and making his national team debut in the same season.
He left the Hexagone in 2011 when he signed for Newcastle United and went on to establish a reputation as one of the Premier League’s most talented and stylish midfielders.
It was almost inevitable that he would be targeted by the moneybags of PSG and Cabaye made his triumphant return to Ligue 1 in January 2014.
Since then, things haven’t quite gone to plan and a succession of injuries and a loss of form have affected Cabaye’s time in the capital.
There have been suggestions that PSG might look to offload him this summer—particularly should a prospective move for Paul Pogba materialise.
However, according to Le Foot Gazette des Transferts, the capital club are going to give Cabaye another season to prove what he is capable of at the Parc des Princes.