Arsenal striker Marouane Chamakh has made it clear that he won’t be staying at the Emirates for much longer.
The Moroccan has had a pretty disappointing start to his career in England and has started just one Premier League game for the Gunners over the last two season.
He has spent the second part of the current campaign on loan at West Ham, but could only make three league appearances there.
The player is, therefore, looking to leave the Gunners at the end of the season and admits a return to Bordeaux could be on the cards.
“I am always nostalgic. I spent so many good times here,” he told reporters in France. “Everyone knows that Bordeaux is a club that is in my heart. If I find an agreement with Bordeaux, why not.”
It was at Bordeaux that the player began his professional career and spent eight years there before joining Arsenal on a free transfer in the summer of 2010.
Chamakh, 29, had clocked up a total of 215 Ligue 1 appearances for les Girondins, scoring 56 goals in the process.