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Rumors of Marouane Chamakh's impending Arsenal exit may not be as realistic as many think. The president of French club Bordeaux has unsuccessfully offered Chamakh an escape from North London, according to Reuters. "In the last two months I have been leaving messages with Marouane," Jean-Louis Triaud told radio station Gold FM. "I also left messages with (Arsenal manager) Arsene Wenger but I got no answer. "His silence shows probably that he still hopes he will make it at Arsenal," Triaud said. Chamakh became a professional at Bordeaux, breaking into the team in 2003 as a 19-year-old. He fired the...
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Bordeaux president Jean-Louis Triaud wants to bring out-of-favour Arsenal striker Marouane Chamakh back to the club. Chamakh joined the Gunners...
Girondins Bordeaux are interested
in re-signing former striker Marouane Chamakh from Arsenal but
have not been able to make contact with either club or player,
Bordeaux president Jean-Louis Triaud said on Tuesday.
Morocco striker Marouane Chamakh
hinted on Thursday he wanted to stay at Arsenal despite his
struggle to settle at the Emirates and interest from his former
club to get him back.