Djibril Cisse says return to QPR following club's relegation from the Premier League would be 'complicated'
The striker's loan spell at Qatari club Al Gharafa expires at the end of the season
Tuesday 30 April 2013
Djibril Cisse is eying a move back to Marseille after admitting playing in the npower Championship with QPR appears “complicated”.
Rangers' two-year spell in the Barclays 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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