Mamadou Sakho has hinted at a return to former-club PSG in the future, reports Sky Sports.
Sakho had spent his entire career at PSG, until a deadline day move to Liverpool for a reported £15m materialised.
The French international is a boyhood PSG fan and returned to watch his former team-mates on Sunday for the game against Monaco at Parc Des Princes.
Speaking before the game on Sunday night, Sakho said: "I'm very proud to come here tonight."
"I remember when I was young, I was up there, there in the stands and watched PSG play."
"I have now turned a page. My story with PSG isn't over yet."
In an emotional speech, fans cheered the 23-year-old as he wiped his tears away.
Sakho was greeted by a number of PSG staff and players, including assistant coach Claude Makelele, who was one of the first to greet him on the pitch.
He then preceded to watch the game from the stands, as Ligue 1's big spenders battled out a 1-1 draw, Falcao and Ibrahimovic grabbed the goals.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers splashed the cash to land the powerful centre-back, and he has started the last two games against Swansea and Southampton.
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