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Cabaye hints at Premier League move

Yohan Cabaye has doused speculation he could return to France with Paris Saint-Germain though stopped short of committing himself fully to Newcastle United.

Yohan Cabaye's free-kick earned Newcastle a share of the spoils against Stoke
Yohan Cabaye moved to Newcastle from Lille in 2011

Cabaye, 27, has been linked to the newly-installed French champions after proving a rare success in an otherwise disappointing campaign for Newcastle. However, the French international, who signed a five-year deal when he swapped Lille for the north-east of England in summer 2011, told RMC he hoped to continue his career in the Premier League, though not necessarily as part of Alan Pardew's squad.

"For the moment, yes," he replied when asked if he counted on remaining at St. James's Park. "There's one game left, we're going to try and finish well before the holidays. With regards a transfer, I have agents who take care of that aspect of things."

He added: "[PSG] are a big club with a great project. But I've been playing in the Premier League for the last two years. I feel good here. I would be happy to continue in England."

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