West Bromwich Albion have decided against offering a contract to Marouane Chamakh, according to Sky Sports.
The Moroccan striker has been on trial with the Midlands outfit but manager Tony Pulis has confirmed that we will not be offered a deal.
They were also looking at former Liverpool midfielder Momo Sissoko but also declined the chance to secure his services.
Chamakh most was most recently contracted to Crystal Palace, racking up sixty-five appearances for the club, a number of which came under Pulis between 2013 and 2014.
However, he managed just ten goals for the Eagles and also failed to produce his best form during his two campaigns with fellow Premier League outfit Arsenal.
The Baggies thumped West Ham United by four goals to two last weekend to move into the top half of the table and can be backed at 23/10 to win at bottom of the table Stoke City on Saturday.