MILAN - French striker Djibril Cisse
has joined Lazio from Panathinaikos, the Serie A club said
on their website on Tuesday.
The former Auxerre, Liverpool, Olympique Marseille and
Sunderland striker scored more than 50 goals in two seasons with
the Greek side and was halfway through a four-year contract.
Lazio did not give any further details about the signing of
Cisse has twice suffered a broken leg, the second time on
the eve of the 2006 World Cup, and he was upset by fan violence
in the Greek Super League, threatening to quit after a riot
following a Panathinaikos-Olympiakos derby in February.
He has played 40 internationals for France, most of them
earlier in his career, and has scored nine goals.
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