Arsenal are set to revive their interest in Yohan Cabaye, after the midfielder is reported to be willing to make his move out of the club, according to talkSPORT.
Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly interested in signing Xavi Hernandes on a season long loan from Qatari side Al-Sadd where he is set to join on a two-year deal. The midfielder's contract with Barcelona expires in the summer and the stalwart is set to end his fairytale career with the Catalans and move to a lesser league in order to end his career with a lucrative contract.
Cabaye, who is struggling for first team football with the Parisians, will be put further back in the pecking order following Xavi's arrival. He is already behind the likes of Marco Veratti and Blaise Matuidi, and is considering a move back to the Premier League.
The Gunners are willing to reignite their interest as someone who can cover for Francis Coquelin in case of an injury or play alongside him, with the player still capable of putting in performances of note from central midfield.
His experience in the Premier League will also be a major factor, given it can take players who are not accustomed with the rigours in England to take some time to settle. However, with the league as it is and the title race being as tight, Cabaye can come right into the squad and do a job, which will help Arsene Wenger start the season on a brighter note, something they failed this season.
The Gunners are in the market for a goalkeeper and central midfielder in the summer, with Petr Cech and Morgan Schneiderlin being the players currently being linked with a move to the Emirates. A striker is also on the cards, with Karim Benzema reportedly available for a transfer.
Should the Real Madrid striker be made available, Wenger may look to complete a cut-price deal for Cabaye to alleviate his midfield woes.