The Moroccan international, who has netted 15 times for his country, has been the subject of one of the longest running transfer sagas of the close-season.
Chamakh, whose 13 goals last season helped secure a first league title in 10 years for les Girondins, has made no secret of his desire to leave the Stade Chaban Delmas.
He has claimed to have agreed terms with Sunderland, Fulham, Blackburn Rovers and Tottenham Hotspur, while adding that he would prefer a move to Arsenal.
The Gunners have already seen a €7 million bid for the front-man rejected, with the striker beleived to have flown to London over the weekend to try and force through a move to his dream club.
However, Bordeaux chief Jean-Louis Triaud has insisted that, while they would be willing to sell Chamakh to the Emirates Stadium outfit, Arsene Wenger will have to stump up a lot more cash, believing the forward to be worth at least €15 million.
And Chamakh has now reacted angrily to the ongoing uncertainty surrounding his future, admitting that the saga has guaranteed that he will not extend his contract with the French side.
“One thing is certain, I will not add one more year to my contract," he said, as reported by L'Equipe.
"If they will not let me go now, I will go to free at the end of the season. If we can not find a solution quickly, everyone will lose.
"Playing at Arsenal is my dream. I am nearing the end of my contract and the club want to make this a monetary matter.
"What Bordeaux are asking for is not reasonable. I am angry and even disgusted, I do not understand why people are doing this to me.
"Ever since I have been playing football I have given everything for the club and the supporters. I think I deserved more consideration."
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