Arsenal striker in French exit link- reports

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Paris Saint Germain are ready to offer Arsenal striker Marouane Chamakh an exit route out of north London according to reports in the French media.

The 27-year-old Moroccan international has endured a torrid time since moving to the Barclays Premier League in May 2010, having struggled to ever really find his feet in England.

Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has given Chamakh time to acclimatise to the rigours of the English top-flight, but now appears to be finally losing patience with the forward.

He has strengthened his attacking options with the addition of versatile South Korean striker Ju-Young Park - who moved to the Emirates Stadium on transfer deadline day, which could spell the end for Chamakh.


Having signed for Arsenal on a free transfer, it is unclear at this stage how much money Wenger will be looking to retrieve for the African ace.

But it is widely anticipated Chamakh will return to France with cash-rich PSG, having completed a successful spell in Ligue 1 with Bordeaux prior to his Gunners move.

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