Echoing new Football Association chairman Greg Dyke's recent comments, Ginola has voiced his fears over the lack of young players emerging from academies.
Dyke singled out both Newcastle, who signed five Frenchmen in January, and Sunderland, whose summer intake of 14 new faces included just one Englishman, for particular criticism.
Ginola told the Northern Echo: "If a club wants to buy 10, 12, 15 French players, or Spanish, or German, that's up to the club. The only concern is that they do well for the club.
"It's not only Newcastle - most of the teams in England should have more English players. I've said that for many, many years.
"It doesn't seem to be any different. Every year, you see more and more foreign signings. Clubs should concentrate more on bringing young English talent to the top teams and improving their academies with better coaches.
"Barcelona and Bayern Munich have been working very, very hard from the grassroots to [get players to] know how to pass the ball. It's something you learn from a young age, so it needs to start very young."
Ginola knows from personal experience how difficult it can be for overseas players to be assimilated into a dressing room having arrived at Newcastle from Paris St Germain in a £2.5million switch in July 1995.
Mathieu Debuchy, Massadio Haidara, Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa, Moussa Sissoko and Yoan Gouffran made similar journeys at the turn of the year and in may ways, are still settling into life at St James' Park.
Ginola said: "When you come from Saint Tropez and you play four years in Paris and you arrive in the north-east of England, you think that people speak English, but in fact they speak Geordie, so for me it was like a foreign language, but another foreign language, so I said to myself that would be difficult.
"But having said that, I did everything I could to be accepted - learning the language, doing my best every day in training.
"The best reward for me was that people questioned how I would do in England and in the north-east, but I arrived on July 14, started the season and I was voted player of the month for August.
"It means I settled down pretty quickly and learned about things pretty quickly, and this is what they should do."