Afternoon report: 15 November
Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal, and Tottenham news
Manchester United legend Eric Cantona has paid tribute to Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs. The former-United striker has praised the pair's longevity, and revealed he quit football after losing his passion for the game.
Pablo Zabaleta claims Manchester City can become one of Europe's biggest clubs if they start working together. The City dressing room has been rocked by controversies in recent weeks but Zabaleta wants the team to rally around Roberto Mancini.
Chelsea star Juan Mata is delighted to be back in the Spain set-up. the 24-year-old was drooped for the recent World Cup qualifiers but was recalled for last night's 5-1 victory over Panama.
Spurs centre-back Steven Caulker scored on his England debut last night, but Roy Hodgson's side slumped to a 4-2 defeat in Sweden. Zlatan Ibrahimovic stole the show, hitting all four goals including an amazing overhead kick.
Bacary Sagna has revealed he's delighted to have spent a "magic" part of his career playing for Arsenal. The French right-back has been heavily linked with a move away from the Emirates Stadium, but Sagna insists he's still enjoying life with the Gunners.