Cisse targets Marseille switch

Djibril Cisse is eyeing a move back to Marseille after admitting playing in the Championship with QPR appears "complicated".

Last Updated: 30/04/13 at 13:41 Post Comment

Djibril Cisse: Not in a hurry to play in the Championship

Djibril Cisse: Not in a hurry to play in the Championship

Rangers' two-year spell in the Premier League came to an end on Sunday with a goalless draw at Reading and Cisse, whose loan spell at Qatari club Al Gharafa expires at the end of the season, is already talking up a move away from Loftus Road.

The 32-year-old told France Football: "Given how it has gone for them from a sporting viewpoint, (a return to QPR) does seem complicated."

Cisse would relish a switch to Marseille, a club he joined on loan from Liverpool in 2006 before making the move permanent.

"It would be a dream to go back," said Cisse, "or play for any club which can make me shine."

Cisse is hoping a move back to Europe can enhance his chances of representing France at the World Cup finals next summer.

"I have Les Bleus in my heart," he said.

"If I'm in a good team and if I do a good job I think it's possible.

"I have a crazy mind and when I have a goal in mind I do everything to achieve it."

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