- Date of Birth: 10 January 1984
- Birthplace: Tonneins, Tonneins, France
- Position: Forward
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Marouane Chamakh: Whatever happened to Arsenal striker flop?
. A move to Arsenal on a free transfer followed and the early signs were promising. On his Premier League debut against Liverpool, his
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West Bromwich Albion boss Tony Pulis have confirmed that the club will not offer contracts to free-agents Marouane Chamakh and Momo Sissoko. The pair had been training alongside the first-team over the past month with Pulis looking to bolster his fragile looking squad.
West Bromwich Albion boss Tony Pulis is expected to buy his time before deciding on whether to sign trialist Marouane Chamakh. The former Arsenal man is a free agent after he was released from Crystal Palace at the end of last season.
Former Portsmouth midfielder Sulley Muntari has been linked with a possible switch to West Bromwich Albion. The Ghanaian footballer is out-of-contract after his release from Saudi-based club Al Ittihad.
Crystal Palace have shifted their focus to Liverpool striker Christian Benteke after they failed in their attempts to land fellow Belgian Michy Batshuayi.
Championship leaders Bournemouth are looking at the possibility of signing striker Glenn Murray from Crystal Palace on loan for the rest of the season.
Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis has entered the race to sign highly rated Denmark international striker Simon Makienok. The Eagles have been linked with the 6 foot 7 striker for over a month but have yet to make a formal offer for the Brondby frontman.
Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway has shown his disappointment over Marouane Chamakh's apparent dive during the Eagles' 2-0 away defeat to Southampton on Saturday.
Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner, who has long been linked with a move away from the Emirates, is on the verge of a transfer to Premier League rivals Crystal Palace. Palace have already signed Marouane Chamakh from the Gunners this summer.
Stoke City beat Crystal Palace to earn their first win of the Premier League season, while denying Crystal Palace their first win after their return to the top flight.
Marouane Chamakh has finally completed a move to Crystal Palace. The Moroccan striker has signed a two year contract with the Eagles and Ian Holloway has promised the former Bordeaux frontman that he will be a first team regular at the club.
Arsenal's flop striker Marouane Chamakh is reportedly edging closer to a permanent switch to Premier League newcomers Crystal Palace. The newly-promoted Premier League outfit had recently admitted of their interest in the Moroccan International, who has fallen down the pecking order in the Gunners squad.
Morocco international striker Marouane Chamakh will complete a move from Arsenal to Premier League rivals Crystal Palace within 48 hours. The forward will move to Ian Holloway's side on a season long loan deal.
Arsenal striker Marouane Chamakh could make a surprise loan move to Crystal Palace; according to reports Ian Holloway has made a surprise approach for the French forward. Chamakh has been told he has no future at the Emirates.
West Ham co-owner David Sullivan said that the Hammers are looking to bring in another striker before the transfer window closes. Sullivan revealed that the club is in desperate need of strikers and not defenders.
One of Arsenal's benchwarmers, Marouane Chamakh is on the wishlist of the La Liga outfit Levante according to reports in Spain. The Gunners manager Arsene Wenger is assumed to be ready to get rid of some of the dead wood around the squad.
Levante are presently trying to work out on an offer to relieve the striker's nightmare in England and Wenger would be happy to let the Moroccan go after an distraught spell with the Gunners in which he managed to notch up only 8 goals in 40 appearances over the course of three seasons at the North London club.
German side Eintracht Frankfurt have agreed a fee with Arsenal for the transfer of Denmark international forward Nicklas Bendtner. The player spent last season on loan at Juventus and is not a part of Arsene Wenger's plans for the new year.
The Hammers have completed the signing of former Middlesbrough defender Emmanuel Pogatetz from German side Wolfsburg. The 30-year-old initially joins on loan.
West Ham will agree a deal with Turkish side Kasimpasa in the coming week, that will see forward Carlton Cole move abroad for two seasons. The fee is believed to be around 4 million Euros.
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce hit out at the current transfer window system, claiming that the Hammers are likely to be offered 1000 players over the course of the month. West Ham have been busy recruiting Joe Cole, Marouane Chamakh and Wellington so far in January.
West Ham United striker Carlton Cole could be allowed to leave the Hammers this month, since the arrivals of Wellington and Marouane Chamakh. The striker is reportedly angry with reports that he is free to leave Upton Park.