Bordeaux striker Marouane Chamakh says he will not rush into any decision on whether or not to leave the Ligue 1 club this summer. Arsenal have recently been linked with a £7 million bid for the Moroccan international as a possible replacement for Emmanuel Adebayor, with the towering Togolese target-man expected to join Manchester City. The Gunners' arch rivals Tottenham Hotspur, as well as Sunderland and Fulham have also been tipped to land the forward - who has scored 15 goals for his country - during the close season. But despite the 25-year-old confirming that he is wanted by Premier League clubs, he has yet to decide if he wants to quit Bordeaux, for whom he netted 13 times in Ligue 1 last season to help secure a first league crown in 10 years for les Girondins. "I have good contacts from clubs and the possibility to join a Premier League club," he told Le Parisien. "Sunderland is a big club and the fanbase is almost as big as anything. "I will take my time because there is some very interesting interest and I have to make the best choice." NEWS: Wenger weighing up move for Chamakh NEWS: Chamakh: I'm noit spitting on Sunderland NEWS: Sunderland snubbed over Chamakh NEWS: Swiss side enquire about Chamakh services NEWS: Chamakh signing back on the radar NEWS: Chamakh hints at Arsenal summer switch NEWS: Wenger denies interest in Chamakh NEWS: Lyon chief keen on snatching Chamakh NEWS: Chamakh reveals Arsenal ambition NEWS: Chamakh interested in Spurs, not Sunderland NEWS: Bordeaux boss Blanc warns clubs off Chamakh
15 July 2009
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