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Cardiff City striker set for January exit as Warnock begins his reshuffle

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Cardiff City striker Marouane Chamakh is set to be shown the exit door in January, according to The Mirror Live Blog [10:02].

It is believed that he will trade South Wales for the Middle East and join Qatari outfit Al-Arabi this January.

Marouane Chamakh’s brief stay at Cardiff is set to end as his short-term contract only runs until January, allowing him to leave on a free.

Neil Warnock brought him to the club within a week of being appointed as manager but he has been limited to two substitute appearances for the Welsh side, who are struggling towards the bottom of the Championship.

The 32-year-old came to England in 2010 when he joined Arsenal but after failing to make an impact in North London, and after a disappointing loan spell at West Ham, he joined Crystal Palace in 2013.

The Morocco international is now set to join Al-Arabi as a final payday in his career.

Cardiff fans – what do you make of Chamakh’s exit? Who can you bring in as his replacement? Let us know in the comments below…



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