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Chamakh has been rumoured to be surplus to requirements at the Emirates after poor form has prevented the Moroccan from first team opportunities, however Wenger has yet to express these feelings.
Bordeaux president Jean-Louis Triaud believes Chamakh does not want to leave the Emirates and still has unfinished business here:
In the last two months I have been leaving messages with Marouane. 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.
The lanky striker enjoyed a spectacular start to his Arsenal career when he deputized for the injured van Persie last season, however he has yet to repeat the form he demonstrated up until Christmas 2010.
It is highly unlikely that Wenger will allow Chamakh to leave with the squad so thin on strikers at the moment, but if a replacement is brought in January or next summer then the situation will change.
By the way, what’s happened to the Mexican international star Vela? He’s rarely getting minutes for Real Sociedad who are in relegation zone in Spain, what a talented young striker that has yet to prove himself at the Emirates.
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