Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye will not make a move to Premier League champions Manchester United, according to the Daily
Cabaye has been in scintillating form for Newcastle since his summer move from French side Lille and his performances have coincided with an unbeaten start to the season in the league for Alan Pardew’s side. French national team manager Laurent Blance has told his old manager Sir Alex Ferguson to keep his eye on the 25 year old French midfielder and believes that he could be the missing piece many believe the United midfield is lacking.
Ferguson will get to see the Frenchman up, close and personal when the two sides meet later this month in the league, but Cabaye has ruled out a move to Old Trafford for the moment and has insisted he is dedicated to staying at Newcastle.
‘I heard about United’s interest, but things are only just beginning for me here at Newcastle. I’ve had a bit of experience with clubs following me, so I won’t get carried away’, Cabaye said.
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