Panathinaikos' Djibril Cisse sits on the pitch during their Champions League soccer match against Atletico Madrid at Vicente Calderon stadium in Madrid in this August 25, 2009 file photo. REUTERS/Sergio Perez/Files
CAIRO_23 May 2020: Former French International, Djibril Cisse, reveals that he wants to come out of retirement and play in the French league top division to reach 100 goals in the league.
Cisse represented Auxerre, Marseille and Bastia at the French top tier and managed to score 96 goals and he is desperate to score another four goals.
"I need four more goals and I need to do it before I die. It's something that I keep thinking about and I think now is the right time to try and do it" Cisse told skysports.
The French striker retired in 2015 due to injury but he came out of retirement three years later to play for Swiss third-tier club Yverdon. Cisse retired again in 2018 after representing the Swiss club in 28 games and scored 24 goals.
The 38-year-old striker added "People say, 'Djib, you had a good career and you won a lot of titles' but for me something is missing. For me it's annoying, it's really annoying and I think now is the right time to try and do it."