English eyes on Cisse

A number of clubs are lining up moves to bring former Reading midfielder Kalifa Cisse back to England, Sky Sports understands.

Last Updated: 28/06/13 at 09:04 Post Comment

Kalifa Cisse: Linked with a return to England

Kalifa Cisse: Linked with a return to England

Cisse is currently playing in MLS with New England Revolution and the midfielder has impressed during his time in America.

The 29-year-old's return to form has not gone unnoticed in England, with Cisse well known from his time with Reading and Bristol City prior to his move to New England.

The likes of Watford, Middlesbrough, Charlton and Millwall are all thought to be monitoring Cisse's situation this summer.

The all-action midfielder is believed to have a release clause allowing him to leave New England and the news has alerted his suitors who see him as a bargain signing this summer.

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