Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew says the club need to "resolve the situation" surrounding midfielder Yohan Cabaye.
The French International has missed Newcastle's last two Premier League games after Arsenal made a bid of around £10 million for the 27-year-old. Pardew admitted last week that Cabaye's "head had been turned" by interest from the Gunners and has now said the player's future needs to be decided.
Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew says Arsenal's bid for midfielder Yohan Cabaye is well below the club's valuation of the player.
Prior to Newcastle's 4-0 defeat to Manchester City last night, it had been revealed that the Gunners made an offer of around £10m for the French international. Cabaye was then omitted from Newcastle's squad, with Pardew saying the 27-year-old had been distracted by Arsenal's bid.
After a bid for Yohan Cabaye is rejected by Newcastle and the team lose their first match to Man City, the newpapers give their take.
The Guardian: “Arsenal chase Cabaye as panic sets in at club.”**
The Times: "Arsenal encounter fresh frustration as Cabaye bid falls short of valuation."
Daily Express: "Arsenal will have to up Cabaye bid"
The Telegraph: "Arsenal bid for Cabaye sparks fury."
Daily Mirror: "Pards rages at Gunners' Cab offer."
Daily Mail: "Arsenal Accused."
The Northern Echo](http://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/): "Is it Cabaye-bye? - Pardew furious with Arsenal bid.
Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye has been left out of the Magpies squad for tonight's Premier League opener at Manchester City.
Cabaye was the subject of a bid from Arsenal earlier in the day, believed to be around £10 million, which Newcastle have turned down.
Newcastle have rejected a bid believed to be in the region of £12 million from Arsenal for midfielder Yohan Cabaye, the Press Association understands.