Cabella to make decision

France midfielder Remy Cabella says he will make a decision on his future once he has finished his training with the World Cup squad.

Last Updated: 19/05/14 at 09:39 Post Comment

Remy Cabella: Waiting on decision

Remy Cabella: Waiting on decision

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The Montpellier schemer has long stated that he would be leaving the club this summer, having helped them avoid relegation.

Cabella has long been linked with a move to England, with Arsenal and Manchester United both said to be keen, while Newcastle United failed with a bid to land him in January.

The 24-year-old is currently with the French squad at Clairefontaine after being named as one of the seven stand-by players for the World Cup.

Once he has finished his stint with France, Cabella is then expected to decide on his future.

"I know I have a choice to make," Cabella told Midi Libre.

"I will look at it all after I finished training with Les Bleus [French team].

"I have an agreement with Montpellier in case of an interesting offer. I will reflect calmly to make the right choice.

"I need to make the right choice for Euro 2016."

Cabella currently has two years left on his deal at Montpellier.

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