Alan Pardew has warned Yohan Cabaye after he was a subject of interest in the summer transfer window.
Newcastle United manager has proclaimed that star midfielder Yohan Cabaye would be making a mistake if he leaves the Tyneside club in January.
He has been a central figure in Newcastle's ideal start to the season and has managed to frustrate the likes of Liverpool, Manchester United, Spurs and Chelsea.
He has found the back of the neck twice, one being the goal which proved out to be the difference maker between Newcastle and Manchester United.
He refused to start in the first two games of the season, and Alan Pardew himself remarked that he had his head turned after Newcastle had rejected a €10 million move for the 27 year old Frenchman.
But, in his absence, Newcastle were trounced 4-0 by Manchester City and this indicates his ability to transform any single game on his own.
Cabaye has been described as as a player who possesses excellent vision, great ball control and technical quality. He is also known for his free-kick and penalty-taking ability, and possesses a threatening goal scoring prowess which can unlock even the best defences in the world.
But, his performances have sparked entirely new faced-interests from Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United. Arsenal are also said to be still interested in signing him.
"He's in an environment where he's got pole position," the Newcastle boss said. "You don't always get that. You can get lost at some clubs."
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