Alonzo reveals doubts over PSG future

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Goalkeeper Jerome Alonzo admits his continued exclusion from the Paris St Germain first team is causing him to consider a move away from the Parc des Princes.

Alonzo acknowledges he is the club´s second-choice custodian behind France international Mickael Landreau, but he has not played a competitive game in 14 months.

The 35-year-old was not even given a run-out in this weekend´s Coupe de France last-64 clash with minnows Epinal, Landreau again being preferred, and Alonzo told L´Equipe: "I still want to play for another two years. It is out of the question that I am going to retire in June, when my contract here expires. To go to Ligue 2 or to play abroad would not bother me."

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