Not a whole lot of Arsenal news around today.Ivan Gazidis has given an insightful interview to arseblog in which the main point i grasped was the fact its now time for our young stars to deliver.http://www.oleole.com/blogs/arseblogThe squad are back in training with Rosicky, Senderos and Eduardo all back. Vermaelen also joined in with ladshttp://www.arsenal.com/news/news-archive/trainingWe're still the hunt for Melo. Fiornetina are even trying to sweten the deal by allowing us to chuck Eboue in to the mix. Wow aren't they nice. Haven't seen a whole lot of Melo but its promising that Le Boss is looking to strengthen in midfield.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/leagues/premierleague/arsenal/5768286/Arsenal-to-talk-with-Fiorentina-about-swapping-Emmanuel-Eboue-for-Felipe-Melo.htmlDerby are interested in taking Mark Randall on loan for the season.http://www.thisisderbyshire.co.uk/sport/YOUNG-GUNNER-RAMS-RADAR/article-1140515-detail/article.htmlI think this will be with a view to a permanent deal. It's clear he's a good player but with younger players pushing ahead of him in the pecking order such as Ramsey I think it might be time for Mark to move on to pastures new.Martin Keown has been talking about how this year is make or break for our Swiss defenders.http://www.sport.co.uk/features/Football/551/Martin_Keown_talks_Senderos_Wilshire__Wenger%E2%80%99s_spending_power.aspxHe believes Senderos has to cut out his elementary mistakes and he could finally become an established centre back. Hopefully his year at Milan has tuned him up and ironed out the flaws. Not holding my breath though. Sir Keown also mentions Djourou and the faith Wenger has in him, in what we can only hope is his breakthrough season. Keown alludes to a problem with his mentality a Keown himself recognises all the natural attributes Djourou has. Nothing really groundbreaking here though.Our mad Spaniard wants us to start the season strongly, he's not the only one.http://www.goal.com/en/news/9/england/2009/07/06/1367252/manuel-almunia-looks-forward-to-a-strong-start-with-arsenalMr Capello as he affectionately known is loving the Arsenal academy, and why not, it might eventually give him a few options other than the measly 30 odd players he can pick from.http://sports.yahoo.com/sow/news?slug=goal_fabio_capello_lauds&prov=goal&type=lgnsHave a good day, more tomorrow.