Arsenal’s striker Marouane Chamakh doesn’t want to speak about the possibility to leave the Gunners until after the African Nations Cup.
The Morocco striker is likely to leave the club soon, but even though reports were pointing to a possible leave in January, he doesn’t seem interested of the possibility to leave Arsenal at the moment. Amongst the teams interested in him the most likely to land the striker are PSG, Bordeaux or Fiorentina, and amid reports linking him to Fiorentina Chamakh declared:
“Fiorentina is a good team,” he told Sky Sports.
“I want to have a fantastic African Nations Cup – the rest will follow.”
Chamakh will have to be replaced and even though Arsenal has Henry to cover for him at the moment, Wenger will want to look for a more lengthy deal for some other top striker. German striker Podolski, Argentine Suarez or Brazilian Damiao seem to be the targets for Wenger, but the French manager doesn’t seem too keen to make a move quick for one of the players, while Podolski declared that he would only leave his current club FC Koln in the summer.