Arsenal are refusing to be put down by any other club in their pursuit for Newcastle United playmaker Yohan Cabaye, and are reported to be preparing a revised bid of £20m for the Frenchman, set to be tabled this coming week, according to reports in the Sunday Mirror.
The North Londoners have already had a £10m bid for Cabaye rejected by the Magpies, who had made it clear that they would only be willing to negotiate for double the value.
Meanwhile, there have also been reports of PSG preparing a £17m offer to bring the Frenchman back to his homeland, but the Gunners’ offer now threatens to blow their offer out of the water.
Cabaye had an impressive 2012/13 season, and despite his team performing much below par, the 27 year old has elicited interests from a number of sides which even include English Champions Manchester United and AS Monaco.
Of late, he has been reported to be unsettled at St. James’ Park, and reports suggest that the Frenchman could soon bid adieu to his club, after being left out of Newcastle’s opening two Premier League games. The Gunners’ imminent Champions League qualification could do the trick, to lure him to the Emirates, this summer.