Former Arsenal midfielder Alex Song ready to leave Rubin Kazan
By Sky Sports News
Last Updated: 06/12/17 8:26pm
Alex Song is ready to leave Rubin Kazan because the Russian club's players have not been paid for four months, Sky Sports News understands.
Sky Sports News understands the former Arsenal, Barcelona and West Ham midfielder is wanted by clubs in England and Europe.
Song, capped 49 times by Cameroon, joined Rubin as a free agent in August last year after his contract at Barcelona expired.
The 30-year-old has scored once in 22 appearances for the Russian Premier League club.
Rubin have so far endured a poor 2017/18 campaign and currently sit 12th in the table having won only five matches.
Song started his career at French side Bastia before moving on loan to Arsenal in 2005.
He made the move permanent a year later and went on to make 215 appearances during his seven-year stay with the Gunners.
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Song joined Barcelona in 2012 and helped the club win the La Liga title during his first season with the club.
He returned to England in 2014 by joining West Ham and spent the next two seasons on loan with the east London side, helping them achieve their highest Premier League points tally - 62- during the 2015/16 campaign.