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Arsenal striker Marouane Chamakh rejects Roma

04 Aug 2011 10:54:52

Arsenal striker Marouane Chamakh rejects Roma

Marouane Chamakh has ruled out a move to Roma, insisting he determined to prove himself at Arsenal this season. Gunners boss Arsene Wenger signed the Morocco international on a free transfer from Bordeaux last summer and enjoyed a promising start at the Emirates, scoring 11 goals before Christmas. Gunner stay: Roma target Marouane Chamakh is determined to prove himself in the Barclays Premier League But the striker struggled to win a first-team place after the New Year and the Serie A side are keen to rescue him as a ready-made replacement for Mirko Vucinic, following his departure to Juventus. Chamakh, however, is keen to start afresh this season and show he can be a success in England. 'I want to make my name in the Premier League,' he told Sky Sports. Plenty to prove: Chamakh struggled after the New Year but is keen to put things right this season 'I started well last season and lost my way. However, I want to make a name for myself here. 'I've heard a lot of rumours about me leaving the Gunners, but I have a contract here. 'I want to honour it and make myself No 1 in my position. I am looking forward to that.'  CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR OUR FREE FANTASY FOOTBALL GAMEArsenal could throw Fabregas deal into doubt by playing Barca target in Euro play-offArsenal youngster Bartley signs new contract extension at the EmiratesWenger raids Spain once more with Real youngster Rodriguez set to signAll the latest Arsenal news, features and opinion


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