What the papers say: Chamakh can't wait to become a Gunner

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The Sun - Chamakh: It's Gunner be great
MAROUANE CHAMAKH says he cannot wait to join Arsenal this summer.

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal swoop for £10m Senegal star - Exclusive
Arsene Wenger is set to make £10million defender Pape Malickou Diakhate the first new signing of his Arsenal revolution.

The Daily Mail - Maroaune Chamakh turned down Spurs and Liverpool to sign for Arsenal
Maroaune Chamakh has revealed he snubbed Liverpool and Tottenham to join Arsenal on a free transfer.

The Daily Express - ARSENAL MOVE FOR MAROUANE CHAMAKH
MAROUANE CHAMAKH has revealed that he turned down big-money offers from Liverpool and Tottenham in favour of a move to Arsenal.

The Daily Star - CHAMAKH : I JOINED ARSENAL BUT SNUBBED SPURS AND LIVERPOOL FIRST
MAROUANE Chamakh last night revealed he turned down a string of “mind-blowing” offers from Russian clubs to join Arsenal – as well as snubbing Spurs and Liverpool.

The Independent - I'm counting the days until I get to the Emirates, says Chamakh
Marouane Chamakh is "counting the days" until he finally becomes an Arsenal player – and intends to prove he was worth the wait. The Morocco international has been a long-term target for the Gunners, having almost moved to the Emirates Stadium last summer.

The Guardian - Morocco striker Marouane Chamakh 'counting the days' till Arsenal move
The Bordeaux striker Marouane Chamakh says he is "counting the days" until completing his free transfer to Arsenal, and says he will prove he was worth the wait.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal board set to offer Arsène Wenger new three-year contract until 2014
Arsène Wenger has held preliminary talks over extending his contract, with the Arsenal board expected to offer a new three-year deal until 2014.

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