Yohan Cabaye is sponsored by:
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The French international became the Eagles' record signing when he arrived from Paris St Germain in July 2015 and ended his first campaign in SE25 by playing in the 2016 FA Cup final as Palace were defeated by Manchester United.
The 29-year-old signed a three year deal at Selhurst Park for an undisclosed fee to link up once again with Alan Pardew, after the pair enjoyed a successful stint together at Newcastle United from 2011 to 2014.
Cabaye made his name at Lille in his homeland where he helped his local side become a force in French football, winning Ligue 1 in 2010/11. After gaining Champions League experience, the central midfielder joined the Magpies and began to show his talent to an English audience.
In his first season with the Black and Whites he helped guide them to an impressive fifth-place finish, and became a firm fan favourite thanks to his tenacious displays in midfield and penchant for netting free-kicks.
He scored 18 times in 93 appearances under Pardew's management before joining PSG for around £20 million in January 2014. Last season saw him complete a French league and couple double with the Parisians before deciding to return to England with the Eagles.
Six goals were registered in his debut season in the capital as he made 40 appearances in all competitions, helping him earn a call-up to France's Euro 2016 squad which adds to his international experience, having won 45 caps for his country and has played at Euro 2012 and the 2014 World Cup.