Man Utd, Arsenal target Chamakh: I could make Premier League move
The 25-year-old's current contract with the French outfit expires in the summer, although he has been offered fresh terms to stay.
While he could move on as a free agent in the summer, he also does not want to penalise the club where he received his footballing education.
He told L'Equipe: "My future? I don't know. It is up to me.
"At the club, the door is open. When I make my decision, I will reply yes or no. I am thinking about it at present.
"I just want to achieve a great season with Bordeaux, maybe (then) to sign (for a club) in the Premier League.
"However it would be fine (moving in January for a fee) so everyone could take advantage of the transfer."