Yohan Cabaye
Yohan Cabaye is attracting interest from Crystal Palace Getty

Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish has revealed that the Eagles are planning a move for Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Yohan Cabaye.

The French international left Newcastle United and joined the Ligue 1 outfit in January 2014. Since making a switch to Parc des Princes, the Cabaye has struggled to cement his place.

Lack of playing time at PSG can jeopardise his dream of making it to the Euro 2016 with France. The situation has seen him being linked with a move away from his current employers.

The Mirror reported that Tottenham are interested in signing Cabaye, while their north London rivals Arsenal are also in the race for his signature, according to talkSPORT. However, it is Palace who are looking to bring the midfielder back to the Premier League.

"There's definitely one we would like to do. It would be a massive thing for the club obviously. He's a seasoned international, so it's definitely one we are working on," Parish told talkSPORT.

"Getting the top players is difficult. It's a bit blocked up really, nobody wants to go first or set the valuation. For us to get into the top ten in the Premier League, we have to make sure we are bringing in top ten players."

Cabaye has played under the Eagles manager Alan Pardew at Newcastle United. Having played under the former Magpies boss, the 29-year-old could snub a chance to join either Arsenal or Tottenham and make a switch to Selhurst Park.

PSG midfielder had earlier admitted he would be open to working under Pardew once again as he looks to bolster his chances of making it to the France squad for next summer's European championship.

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

"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."