Marouane Chamakh is one of several fringe players expected to leave Arsenal at the end of the season – and that won’t come as a surprise to many Gooners.
The 28-year-old hasn’t scored for the club since September’s Premier League defeat against Blackburn Rovers, with Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain keen to take him back to France where he was a huge success.
Following yesterday’s loss at QPR, Chamakh travelled to a London-based Shisha bar with his close friend and international team-mate Adel Taarabt, who earlier opened the scoring for Mark Hughes’ side.
Shisha is a water-pipe, popular in many Arab countries, in which fruit-scented tobacco is burnt using coal, passed through an ornate water vessel and inhaled through a hose. A recent study found that one shisha-smoking session is as bad as smoking one hundred cigarettes.
Chamakh became part of Gunners boss Arsene Wenger’s long-term plan for the north Londoners in July 2010, after his contract with Bordeaux expired.
In his first season with Arsenal, the Moroccan international scored 11 goals, assisted eight times and appeared in 44 games.
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