Arsenal have reportedly rekindled their interest in signing midfielder Yohan Cabaye in the summer, according to the Mirror.
The French international was a transfer target for the Gunners while he was at Newcastle United. He had an option to join the north London club in 2013, but his transfer was blocked by the Tyneside club.
Cabaye left St James's Park and made a switch to Paris Saint-Germain last January. Since joining the Ligue 1 outfit, the midfielder has seen his first team appearances being limited under Laurent Blanc.
This season, the former Newcastle midfielder has started in only 10 league games. Cabaye is hoping to feature regularly in order to cement his place in the national squad for the Euro 2016, which will be held in France.
The 29-year-old is open to the idea of leaving Parc des Princes in order to get regular playing time and is set to hold talks with PSG over his future at the end of this season.
"My future is only about getting back on the pitch. There are important matches to play and an exciting end to the season in store," Cabaye told RMC.
"We still have four competitions to play for. After that, there will be time to discuss things but, for now, my priority is to get back in shape."
"Anyway, I have not lost sight of one of my main goals, which is Euro 2016. This will be important and we'll see how it will unfold."
"There are people working for me and I have full trust in them. But the important thing is to get back on the field in top condition," he added.
Cabaye's situation has alerted Arsenal and their manager Arsene Wenger had been an admirer of the midfielder.
Arsenal need to strengthen the midfield in the upcoming transfer window and a move for Cabaye could be on the cards. He has already proved his worth in the Premier League and his potential addition could bolster the Gunners' squad.
The PSG player is valued to be around £10m ($14.9m) and is back on Arsenal's radar and Wenger could make an approach for his compatriot. It remains to be seen whether the Ligue 1 side will let Cabaye leave this summer.