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Another Quiet day so again just the gossipGunners consider Gignac option - Daily MailArsenal boss Arsene Wenger is weighing up a move for Toulouse striker Andre-Pierre Gignac as a replacement for Emmanuel Adebayor. Who would be the best replacement for Adebayor?Clough hopeful on RandallDerby boss keen to secure loan deal - Sky SportsNigel Clough is eager for Mark Randall to link up with Derby for their pre-season tour of Devon ahead of a possible loan move. The Rams revealed earlier this month that they wanted to bring in the young Arsenal midfielder on a 'long loan'.Arsenal are now set to allow Randall to play for Derby in two of their friendlies in the South West this week.Derby face Yeovil on Tuesday, Torquay on Thursday and Exeter on Saturday and Clough hopes to push through a deal for Randall."I think we've got the okay from Arsenal that he will be joining up with us on Tuesday and hopefully he will feature in two out of the three games, probably Tuesday and Saturday," said Clough."This week will be ideal to have a look at him with a view to a loan - maybe to January or maybe for the whole season."There is no point coming training. You can only see a certain amount in training but this way we can see him in games."Chamakh claims fresh interestStriker determined to secure move to the Premier League - Sky SportsBordeaux striker Marouane Chamakh claims Fulham and Tottenham Hotspur have joined the chase for his signature, but he is not expecting to move to Arsenal. Chamakh is looking to leave the French champions and the Morocco international is eager to secure a deal in the Premier League.Blackburn Rovers and Sunderland have shown an interest in the 25-year-old, who now says London duo Fulham and Spurs are monitoring his situation.However, Chamakh does not believe he will be signing for Arsenal, despite Arsene Wenger confirming he is a possible option to replace Emmanuel Adebayor.Bordeaux striker Marouane Chamakh claims Blackburn, Fulham, Sunderland and Tottenham are interested in signing him but that a move to apparent admirers Arsenal is unlikely. (French newspaper L'Equipe)Toulouse striker Andre-Pierre Gignac has emerged as a target for Arsenal as Gunners boss Arsene Wenger looks to replace forward Emmanuel Adebayor, who has moved to Manchester City.Full story: Daily Mail

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