Lille (France) (AFP) – With a purposeful display against Switzerland, France’s Moussa Sissoko served notice that he can bring drive and dynamism to the Euro 2016 hosts’ problematic midfield. Aligned alongside Yohan Cabaye and Paul Pogba in a three-man midfield, Sissoko impressed as France recorded a 0-0 draw against the Swiss in Lille on Sunday that took them into the last...
Paul Pogba sparkled while Yohan Cabaye and Moussa Sissoko made their case for a round of 16 starting place in Lille; David Crossan assesses France’s midfield options. The post France’s embarrassment of midfield riches appeared first on TheSoccerDaily.com.
Crystal Palace co-chairman Steve Parish has confirmed the club are in talks to sign Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Yohan Cabaye. Former Newcastle man Cabaye is set to move on from the Ligue 1 giants after an unspectacular spell since his Â£19million switch in January 2014 and Palace and Arsenal, along with Roma have been linked with him. Now Palace chief Parish has firmed up the...
Yohan Cabaye wants to leave PSG and return to the Premier League to improve his chances of featuring at Euro 2016. PSG have fierce competition in central midfield with Marco Verrati, Thiago Motta and Blaise Matuidi all vying for a starting position through the middle. As a result, Cabaye started just 13 Ligue 1 matches last season and the former Newcastle schemer has set his sights...
Paris Saint Germain have confirmed the signing of Yohan Cabaye from Newcastle for a fee in the region of £20million. The France midfielder has penned a three-and-a-half-year contract at the Parc des Princes. The Ligue 1 champions said in a statement: "Paris St Germain is delighted to announce the transfer of Yohan Cabaye to the capital club from Newcastle United until June 2017...
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