“I hope I will have some news about my future soon”

07:47 07 June 2012

Arsenal

Arsenal's Yossi Benayoun

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Chelsea’s Yossi Benayoun, who spent last season on loan at Arsenal, is expected to leave Stamford Bridge this summer, with West Ham, Ajax and Maccabi Haifa believed to be interested

Chelsea’s forgotten man Yossi Benayoun claims that he will have some news on his future ‘soon’

The Israel international spent last season on loan at Arsenal after being deemed surplus to requirements but has now returned to Stamford Bridge.

Former club West Ham are believed to be interested in the 32-year-old as well as Ajax and Maccabi Haifa and the forward is close to making a decision.

Benayoun posted on Twitter: “I hope I will have some news about my future soon.”

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