Yohan Cabaye has admitted he would be interested in a move to Manchester United after declaring that he is keen to work with David Moyes as the English giants undergo some major changes in preperation for next season.
Newcastle will be hoping to keep the star at St James' Park this summer, but Alan Pardew is open to discussions over a move if the offer is lucrative enough.
Cabaye was one of a few stand-out performers in Newcastle's overly disappointing 2012-13 season, with the side securing safety in the Premier League just two games from the end of their campaign.
And with reported interest from United, the 27 year old says he would definitely consider being part of the club's post-Sir Alex Ferguson chapter.
"Yes, of course [a move to United would be of interest]," Cabaye told Canal+. "I have liked this club for a long time, I like what they do.
"The boss has left but they have appointed a very good successor [in David Moyes]. It could be an interesting challenge but for the moment there is nothing concrete and I am still at Newcastle."
Cabaye is currently with the France national team, but after such a disappointing season for Newcastle the former Lille man would no doubt be considering a step up to a club that offer trophies and European football rather than a hopeful avoidance of relegation.
And while he is looking forward to a hard earned holiday, Cabaye admits he will have his agents looking at the possibility of a move away from the club.
"You never know what happens in football," he explained. "I am here at the moment. The season is not finished as I have still two matches [for France].
"After that, going on holiday can't come soon enough to clear my head of the difficult season we have just had and I let my agents work for me.
"I have had no direct contact with anyone. Maybe my agents are currently in the know - as for me, I am here listening. I will need to look at the situation but you never know."