Cheyrou's uncertain future
By Patrick Haond
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Bruno Cheyrou fears he does not have a future at Liverpool.Bruno Cheyrou fears he does not have a future at Liverpool and would be interested in a move to Monaco.
The French midfielder has spent the past season on loan at Marseille but has endured a frustrating period at Stade Velodrome.
While Cheyrou does not regret joining Marseille, he concedes he would have preferred a greater involvement in the first team.
He is currently due to return to Liverpool in the summer but does not believe he has a role to play in Rafa Benitez's plans next season.
Monaco have been linked with a bid for the 27-year-old as Cheyrou looked back on a season of disappointment.
"I have serious training sessions," Cheyrou told But! "I am a professional but in my situation I could stay at home.
"Playing only a few minutes during every game is useless. I can not bring anything, even if I do my best.
"When I came to Marseille, my aim was to join a French team again. Now, after such a season, I just hope to find a club that trusts me.
"Coming to Marseille was the best choice, I don't regret anything.
"I read in the press that Monaco is attracted by me. That is nice and interesting. Playing at such a club could be a good experience.
"Last year I decided to leave Liverpool before knowing the decision about Rafa Benitez. One year later he has built his group and I don't think I am a priority."
Meanwhile, Lens' deadline to sign Reds midfielder Alou Diarra has been extended until the end of the month.
Diarra is spending the campaign on loan at Lens and the Ligue 1 side originally had until April 30 to activate their right to buy the player.
Though that has passed, an extension has been granted until May 31, with Diarra previously stating he is keen to stay with Sang et Or.