Manchester United & Arsenal could make Cabaye swoop

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Manchester United and Arsenal could make a move for Newcastle United midfielder Yohan Cabaye after his potential move to French giants Paris Saint-Germain appears to have fallen through, reports The Metro

It was expected that the French ace would join the Ligue 1 outfit for £21 million, however Cabaye has had second thoughts and could now stay in the Premier League. 

And, with Cabaye's move to PSG in doubt, Premier League duo Manchester United and Arsenal could now make a move for the player's signature.

The Gunners were heavily linked with a move for the star this past summer, however a move failed to materialise. 

However, the north London outfit may have to battle Premier League champions Manchester United for the midfielder's services. 

The Red Devils are closing in on the signing of Chelsea midfielder Juan Mata and could now look towards Cabaye in order to further improve their squad. 

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