Djibril Cisse claims he would jump at the chance to join Marseille this summer as he targets a move from QPR to a French club.
The 32-year-old’s time at Loftus Road will come to an end in the summer, manager Harry Redknapp having made it clear he has no future with the R’s having allowed him to join Qatari club Al Gharafa on loan in January.
Cisse has all but ruled out returning to QPR and is on the look-out for a new club, the former Liverpool striker admitting he wants to move back to France in order to enhance his chances of receiving an international call-up for the 2014 World Cup.
One club which has caught the eye of Cisse is Marseille, the team he left in 2006 to move to Anfield.
Cisse says he would be delighted to return to the Stade Velodrome and is hoping to secure a switch to a big Ligue 1 club in order to keep his World Cup dreams alive.
“It would be a dream to go back,” said Cisse, “or play for any club which can make me shine.
“I have Les Bleus in my heart. If I’m in a good team and if I do a good job, I think it’s possible.”
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