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Yohan Cabaye To Join PSG - Transfer Talk

28/01/2014 08:39 GMT | Updated 28/01/2014 10:59 GMT
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NEWCASTLE, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 29: Yohan Cabaye of Newcastle claps the fans during the Barclays Premier League match between Newcastle United and Arsenal at St. James' Park on December 29, 2013, in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. (Photo by Serena Taylor/Newcastle United via Getty Images)

Yohan Cabaye will complete his transfer to Paris Saint-Germain this week after Newcastle accepted a £19 million offer.

The Magpies stand to make nearly a 500% profit on a player they bought for £4.3 million two-and-a-half years ago, but they will come under pressure to replace arguably their most influential player before Friday's deadline.

Newcastle have won just 21% of the 19 Premier League games Cabaye has missed.

Yohan Cabaye, 2013-14

Luke Shaw's inevitable departure from Southampton will happen in the summer, rather than in January, the Indy state. It seems as though the 18-year-old will be playing his football for either Manchester United or Chelsea next season, but the Standard claim the Blues could use some of the £37.1m fee for Juan Mata to bring Shaw in this month.

José Mourinho's trust in Petr Čech could prompt him to dispense with Thibaut Courtois, especially if he gets Diego Costa in exchange.

Courtois is into his third season on loan at Atlétic Madrid and, even at 21, is already one of the best goalkeepers in world football.

The Express say Monaco are mulling over possible bids for United striker Javier Hernández and Southampton's suspended forward Dani Osvaldo following Radamel Falcao's injury. It looks as though the "little pea" will flee this year, while sinner Osvaldo probably won't play for the Saints again after he chinned Jose Fonte last week.

United are heavily linked with a move for Porto midfielder Fernando, out of contract this summer, according to Portuguese 'paper A Bola.

Étienne Capoue, seemingly on his way out of Tottenham despite having signed just six months ago, could join Napoli, write the Times.

And ending with the Neapolitans, Liverpool defender Daniel Agger could reunite with former manager Rafael Benítez if Gokhan Inler wants to move from Naples to Merseyside