Yohan Cabaye has been interviewed today, and he seems upbeat and happy at Newcastle, but of course if a big bid comes in from PSG this month, which is being reported in France, then Cabaye will be leaving Newcastle – if Mike Ashley accepts the bid.
Yohan Cabaye – happy at Newcastle
This is what the star of the show at West Ham on Saturday had to say today:
“If we can fight for something, why not? But we are just confident and thinking about the next game.” “We are in good shape.”
“Champions League is a bigger level, but I think we have the capacity to just stay next to the big teams. If we are still in a similar position by the end, why not?”
“I just want to improve every day and train well.” “I stay every day after the training session, and I try to score with my free-kicks. I hope for the future that I score more free kicks.”
We could be wrong, but Champions League play seems a long way off for Newcastle at the moment.
But Yohan certainly has a good attitude, and he has improved a lot in the two and a half years he’s been on Tyneside.
Newcastle signed him for the €5M (£4.1M) buy-out clause in his contract from Lille in June of 2011, after he had helped his club win the French League by 8 points from second placed Marseilles.
That has turned out to be a terrific deal for Newcastle United.
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