The France international midfielder has also stated that he wants to join Spanish and European giants Real Madrid.
Newcastle United's Moussa Sissoko (L) in action with Luis Suarez
“I hope Real will come for me, I'm still waiting," Sissoko told BBC World Football. "If Real Madrid are interested in you then of course you will be happy, but right now I am still a Newcastle player.”
"I spent three and a half years here,” added the 26-year-old. “I gave everything for this club and I want to play some big games. For that I need to go somewhere else.”
Former Newcastle and Sunderland defender Caldwell has taken to Twitter to offer his opinion on Sissoko’s comments.
Just read Moussa Sissoko's latest interview. Oh my. #nufc— Miles Starforth (@milesstarforth) 11 August 2016
Send me the link please mate. https://t.co/mWw6j2mat5— Steven Caldwell (@stevocaldwell) 12 August 2016
He "wants to play in some big games"— Steven Caldwell (@stevocaldwell) 12 August 2016
Was trying to save a great club from the humility of relegation not big enough! https://t.co/tpDbDnFTOv
Disgrace! So much talent. I hope he leaves ASAP. Good riddance to him. https://t.co/tpDbDnFTOv— Steven Caldwell (@stevocaldwell) 12 August 2016
Tottenham's Mousa Dembele (L) and Newcastle United's Moussa Sissoko in action
Sissoko has been on the books of Newcastle since 2013 and is one of the best players in Rafael Benitez’s squad.
The problem with the Frenchman is that he is not consistent and often goes missing in games.
Madrid are one of the biggest clubs in the world, and it is very unlikely that they will come for Sissoko in the summer transfer window.
Even if the European giants sign the French this summer, the former Toulouse midfielder will likely be nothing more than a squad player at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Newcastle will take on Huddersfield Town at St. James’ Park in the Championship on Saturday afternoon.
France's Moussa Sissoko and referee Mark Clattenburg