Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Yohan Cabaye has hinted that he could return to the Premier League, reports Goal.com.
Cabaye left Newcastle United in favour of a move to the Ligue 1 moneybags in January, but could be set for a return, with two of England's biggest clubs seemingly interested in his services.
In fact, the same report has revealed that both Manchester United and Arsenal are keeping tabs on the French international, but it remains to be seen as to whether they will make a move for his services in the upcoming January transfer window.
Struggles at PSG
It's not surprising that Cabaye is interested in a move back to England after a disappointing period at PSG, however he's insisted that he's prepared to fight at the club.
When asked whether he will see out his contract at the French outfit, the former Newcastle man told Canal+: "This is a question I do not ask myself, especially today. The situation at the club is what it is.
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"I love England and it is not a surprise if I say that. Today I am in Paris but I'm not likely to give up. I will fight as I should to deserve what I deserve.
"Afterwards, if the situation stays like that... But now I don't think about a transfer."
Manchester United and Arsenal, then, could yet battle for the player's signature, with both clubs seemingly in need of improvement after disappointing starts to the campaign. The Red Devils have struggled in the middle of the park for some time now, with the likes of Marouane Fellaini, Ander Herrera and Co. failing to impress.
Arsenal, meanwhile, have also had their midfield problems, with many expecting Arsene Wenger to enter the January sales. The two sides go head-to-head in the Premier League's next round of fixtures as Arsenal play host to Manchester United on November 22.