Emirates Stadium side looking likely to find buyers for a collection of under-performing players.
Ahead of potential additions to Arsene Wenger’s squad in January the Arsenal manager looks as though he is getting closer to ridding the Emirates Stadium of three players who are of little or no use to the Frenchman and are certainly surplus to requirements at the North London club.
Marouane Chamakh could escape his Arsenal misery with a January move to Turkish side Fenerbahce.
The Morocco international is firmly out of favour with boss Arsene Wenger and has not played in a single Premier League game this season, despite scoring twice in the Capital One Cup win at Reading.
SOURCE: Daily Mail
Arsene Wenger is sure to accept any nominal offer so as to remove the player’s reported £60k a week wages off the balance sheet after what has been a hugely disappointing spell at the North London club.
The 28 year old hasn’t played a single minute of Premier league football this season and after a promising start to his Gunners career, with ten goals in his first four months at the Emirates Stadium the former Bordeaux marksman then hit a run of woeful form and has looked out of his depth ever since.
It may well be in the best interests of all concerned that Chamakh moves on as he is some way down the Arsenal pecking order and only sees first team action in the Capital One Cup.
Marouane Chamakh has racked up 14 goals in 65 appearances since his move from Ligue 1 to Arsenal in the summer of 2010.