West Ham yesterday had nobody as good as Yohan Cabaye who scored his two goals through his fantastic skill and ball control, and he had a very good game as Newcastle got back to their winning ways by beating the Hammers 3-1 yesterday.
Yohan Cabaye in action at Upton Park yesterday
And it seems that Alan Pardew is still concerned that he could lose the French International this month – with just 12 days to go in the transfer window.
This is what Alan Pardew has said about the situation in the Daily Mail, when he was asked about Yohan possibly leaving this month:
“Like all Premier League clubs, everyone is for sale at some price,” “We’re conscious that we have a good team and want to keep it together because we are not that far behind the guys that have been so dominant in the top seven this season.”
“I’m nervous in all transfer windows as manager of Newcastle and I’ll be nervous until it shuts. But we have a good financial position at the football club and I’m sure the owner will be pleased that we’ve got 36 points at this stage of the season.”
The two clubs said to still be interested in Cabaye are Arsenal and PSG, with the French club probably being the biggest threat to come in with an offer this month – that owner Mike Ashley cannot refuse.
And if the news is true that we are close to signing Remy Cabella from Montpellier for around £12M, Remy could be his replacement.
There was news yesterday that his father and agent Hector Cabella said a deal was close, and that his son would be joining Newcastle this month.
We really hope that news is true, and we also hope that Yohan stays, at least through the summer.
Cabaye showed yesterday just what a classy player he is for Newcastle.
What do you think?
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