Sunderland’s on-loan striker Djibril Cisse has admitted he is becoming increasingly frustrated by the uncertainty that surrounds his future at the Stadium of Light, admitting that he does not want to return to Ligue 1 according to Sky Sports.
Former Liverpool striker Cisse is currently on a season-long loan from French club Marseille but it is not known whether or not Sunderland will look to make the move permanent in the summer as their Premier League survival is not yet guaranteed.
The French international revealed his frustration to the Sunderland Echo saying: “It is not just affecting me – I have family and children to think about. It is really annoying me, to be honest.”
“I would like to know where I’m going to be next season but it is not me who decides. The board must make a decision. I know things have changed because the British currency is not as strong.”
“We also still need to get points to make sure we stay in the Premier League – that’s everyone’s priority at the moment. It is no one’s fault that the decision is not made but I still need to know.”
Of the possibility of returning to Marseille, he added: “I really don’t want to go back.”
Cisse has netted nine Premier League goals so far this season and former Sunderland manager Roy Keane had expressed a desire to sign Cisse before he left the club last year.
Source: Sky Sports, Sunderland Echo
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