Yohan Cabaye
Yohan Cabaye is interested in returning to the Premier LeagueGetty

Tottenham Hotspur are considering a move in signing Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Yohan Cabaye, according to the Mirror.

The 29-year-old joined the French club from Newcastle United in January 2014. Since joining the Ligue 1 champions, he has seen his first team appearances limited. During the 2014/15 season, he started in only 13 league games.

Cabaye wants to play regularly next season as he has set his sights on making it to the France squad for the Euro 2016. The midfielder is open to leaving PSG and is hoping to return to the Premier League in the summer transfer window.

The French international has already hinted a move to Palace could be on the cards after revealing that he enjoyed playing under Alan Pardew at Newcastle. Cabaye also admitted that he will make a decision over his future in the coming weeks.

"It went very well with Pardew [last time]. If I have to make that decision, it will be a pleasure to see my old coach. I enjoy it with him and he does a great job," Cabaye said, as quoted by Sky Sports.

"I am in a situation today where I am not getting the game time that I was hoping for. The important thing is that I will think carefully and make the best decision. We will see how it evolves in the coming weeks."

The north London club are willing to offload Paulinho, Etienne Capoue, Mousa Dembele and Benjamin Stambouli for the right price as Mauricio Pochettino has deemed them surplus to requirements.

With Tottenham open to allowing a few of their midfielders to leave this summer, the former Southampton manager needs to bring in reinforcements. Any move from the White Hart Lane club in signing Cabaye will see them face competition from other Premier League clubs.

They will face competition from other Premier League clubs in securing Cabaye's services. Tottenham's league rivals Arsenal are also interested in signing the former Newcastle midfielder. Cabaye has played under Pardew at St James' Park and the latter wants to sign him for his current club Palace.