Newcastle Agree Fee With PSG To Sell Yohan Cabaye While Striker Luuk De Jong Heads to Tyneside: Daily Soccer Report

Newcastle United face a busy day in the transfer window today as midfielder Yohan Cabaye looks set to join Paris Saint-Germain for £20million, while Dutch striker Luuk De Jong is heading from Borussia Monchengladbach to Newcastle on a loan deal.

With United striker Papiss Cisse rumored to be heading to the Middle East or Turkey in this transfer window, picking up De Jong (subject to a medical and agreeing terms) will be a good bit of business for the Newcastle club.

For Cabaye, a fee has been agreed between both clubs. The French midfielder is having a medical today before finalizing his move to Paris Saint-Germain.

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6 thoughts on “Newcastle Agree Fee With PSG To Sell Yohan Cabaye While Striker Luuk De Jong Heads to Tyneside: Daily Soccer Report”

  1. Thought that this was a decent article about DC United's stadium situation:

  2. Zaha must not be any good if Moyes wasn't putting him on the pitch. Just look at Barkley, Oviedo, … oh, wait.

  3. Last i knew De Jong was an attacking midfielder. Has he changed position or is this the British media not doing their homework (again)?

      1. Here's a recent quote from Luuk de Jong: "There have been other strikers for whom not everything has gone perfectly in their first year in the Bundesliga. I have scored important goals, and I need to carry on working."

  4. Would seem like the idea might be to put the Toon Number 10, Ben Arfa, in the number 10 role now. A healthy Tiote is vital for this to succeed, as HBA has not seemed interested in defensive work


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