Found July 17, 2013 on Soccerlens:
Manchester United to turn their attentions to Yohan Cabaye - originally posted on Soccerlens.com Reports are emerging Manchester United are keen to turn to Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye after losing out on their two main targets. Premier League champions Manchester United have faced a long and unfulfilling quest to find a long-term replacement for central-midfielder Paul Scholes. This summer, ex-Barcelona midfielder Thiago Alcantara and current Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas were two of many transfer targets the Premier League side were hoping to procure. However, with Thiago having joined up with his old Barcelona manager with Champions League winners Bayern Munich, and Cesc Fabregas seemingly ruling out a move claiming he’s happy at Barcelona, United’s attention could be back on a previous transfer target. Newcastle’s deep-lying playmaker Yohan Cabaye, 27, has been made to endure rumours about his future for the last two years. Arsenal and Liverpool were two sides along w...
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