The 29-year-old does not expect to stay at the Emirates Stadium and admits to a feeling of "nostalgia" for his former side, unable to see himself playing for another French club
The Morocco international has seen his chances limited to just seven appearances this season, including a loan spell at West Ham, and concedes that it is unlikely that he will remain a Gunner past the end of the 2012-13 campaign.
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Chamakh told Le 10 Sport: "There is always a bit of nostalgia when I see the Bordeaux fans and players. I spent so many good times here.
"However it has been three years since I left and we always talk about me here. I'll ask myself the question again; I'll see.
"Everyone knows that Bordeaux is the club in my heart. I'll have to make sacrifices because I can not stay like this. If I find an agreement with Bordeaux, why not.
"I know there's little chance of me staying at Arsenal. If I return to France, it could only be with Bordeaux."