Lazio defender Lorik Cana has revealed his desire to return to former club Marseille after his spell with the Biancocelesti comes to an end.
The Albanian spent four seasons at Stade Velodrome before moving to Sunderland in the summer of 2009, having joined from Paris Saint-Germain, and he captained the side during the final two years at the club.
He has since struggled to prove his worth at Galatasaray and Lazio, and has now suggested a return to Marseille could be on the cards.
“I have two years on my contract after this season, my relationship with Lazio ends in 2016,” Cana told Radio Monte Carlo.
“I hope to renew and then take on one last challenge to end my career. Back in France? Yes, but only if it comes to playing at Marseille.”
The 30-year-old arrived at Stadio Olimpico from Galatasaray in the summer of 2011, but hasn’t quite managed to prove his credentials in Italian Serie A.
Cana has made a total of 51 league appearances for the Biancocelesti, scoring 3 goals in the process.
He has, however, nailed down a regular starting berth this term, starting 11 Serie A fixtures and scoring one goal.