Sky Bet Championship side Cardiff City have announced the signing of forward Marouane Chamakh on a short-team, confirmed on their official website.
The 32-year-old will join the Welsh club subject to international clearance and the second time he has linked up with manager Neil Warnock, having played under the 67 year-old at Crystal Palace.
Chamakh helped guide French team Bordeaux to the Ligue 1 title in 2009 and Champions League Quarter-Finals the season afterwards.
The striker then moved to Premier League giants Arsenal, where he made 67 appearances for the Gunners, before moving onto Crystal Palace in 2013 where he spent three years.
Marouane Chamakh is a versatile forward who can play upfront on his own or sit deeper in an attacking midfield role.
This announcement is the third signing Cardiff City boss Warnock has made since his appointment last week. Winger Junior Hoilett and defender Sol Bamba have also signed for the Bluebirds.
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