Crystal Palace's Yohan Cabaye: No one knows my future

Crystal Palace midfielder Yohan Cabaye told RMC he does not want to discuss the next step in his career.

"Today, no one knows my future," said Cabaye, who has made 28 Premier League appearances for Palace this season. "We'll see what happens this summer or next summer, because I still have a year on my contract."

When asked whether he would like to return to France, he replied: "I don't want to say yes or no. It's too soon to talk about transfers. I don't want to put myself in the s---."

Cabaye, 31, said in February that Marseille had made an approach to take him back to France during the winter transfer window.

The France international then told beIN SPORTS last month that Marseille -- coached by Rudi Garcia, under whom Cabaye made his name at Lille -- have "a great project" to return the club to the top of French and European football.

Palace boss Sam Allardyce said that it sounded like his club's £10 million signing -- then a club record -- "would like to go to Marseille if they made a big enough bid."