Liverpool defender Aly Cissokho says he pays no attention to critics of his performance and admits he doesn’t know where his future lies, Sky
Cissokho moved to Anfield on loan from Valencia in the summer but injury meant he struggled to settle in English football. “In my first match against Notts County, after five minutes, my ankle turned. It was a big ankle sprain,” Cissokho said.
“The most important injury in my whole career so far and at the worst moment. A piece of cartilage moved. I had to undergo surgery in London,” the France international continued.
“It was a very difficult moment. I was afraid. Surgery delayed my adaptation.”
Cisskho’s performances have not always received full backing from the stands but the 26-year-old insists he wants to perform at his best regardless. “I am used to not winning unanimous support,” he said.
“I let people have their own opinion and I give my best.”
Cissokho added he would like to remain on Merseyside but doesn’t yet know if his move will become permanent. The former Lyon player said that regardless of his future he is thrilled with his career.
“Valencia is also a great club, but there are a lot of economic problems in Spain,” Cissokho said.
“I have given my very best for Liverpool and we will see at the end of the season what both clubs will decide. If I have to leave Liverpool, I will leave. I am doing a nice job and that is the most important.”
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