Yohan Cabaye’s decision in leaving Newcastle United for Paris Saint-Germain on the winter market apparently affecting the midfielder who is having lesser playing time at the moment.
With the World Cup schedule getting closer, every players will definitely worried if his not getting enough minutes on the pitch, but that situation isn’t affecting Cabye.
The midfielder, who usually plays from the bench believes that Les Blues head coach, Didier Deschamps is aware with Cabaye’s current situation of playing in a side like PSG that have many options in midfield.
Although admitting that he is not 100% sure about Deschamps’ final decision, but the midfielder is trying hard not to think about it and set his focus in working hard for his team.
“I have also heard that Didier Deschamps is rather happy that I don’t play every game. We’ll see afterwards what the coach is going to decide to do with me, but I’ll work to be ready, there’s no problem with that,” Cabaye told RMC sport.
Being one of France main midfielder under Deschamps, Cabaye obviously has every right to be confidence in snatching that spot for World Cup 2014, but he should still work hard in winning over starting sport at PSG.