Bordeaux attacker Ludovic Obraniak has criticised the club's recent transfer activity

Ludovic Obraniak: Feels that clubs has been weakened by transfer activity

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Bordeaux attacker Ludovic Obraniak has criticised the club for their inability to stop the squad from being weakened during the January transfer window.

Both Yoan Gouffran and Jussie left the Stade Chaban Delmas last month for Newcastle and Al-Wasl respectively, and Obraniak believes that the departures have forced him to consider his own future at the club.

With Bordeaux losing 4-0 at home to Lyon this weekend, the Poland international has voiced his displeasure at the transfer dealings conducted by the club.

"When you lose key players without replacing them with those at the same level, it is difficult to achieve goals," Obraniak told Le Parisien.

"It is surprising and puzzling. I think that if you are in the top five and you lose a player then you should look to replace him.

"My future? It could lead to thoughts. The message is clear that the club want to reduce the wage bill, so we have to make choices."

Bordeaux currently sit ninth in Ligue 1, and drew the first leg of their last-32 Europa League tie away to Dynamo Kiev.