Football

Evening Report: 21 January

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QPR are considering a surprise move for out-of-favour Chelsea winger Florent Malouda. The 32-year-old is surplus to requirements at Stamford Bridge, and has been told he can leave the club. [Daily Mirror]

Yann M'Vila is set to snub interest from Tottenham and Everton and join Russian Premier League side Ruban Kazan. The France international was linked with Spurs after Sandro was ruled out for the season with a knee injury. [talkSPORT]

Barcelona are expected to move to sign Liverpool's Pepe Reina in the summer as the Nou Camp club look to replace Victor Valdes. The Barcelona goalkeeper announced last week that he will not be renewing his contract. [Daily Mail]

Robin Van Persie is convinced that he got the timing of his decision to leave Arsenal for Manchester United just right. The Dutchman completed his £24m switch last summer, and currently leads the Premier League scoring chart with 18 goals. [Sky Sports]

Theo Walcott has expressed his delight at signing a new long-term deal with Arsenal. And the England international revealed his first choice was always to stay at the Emirates Stadium. [arsenal.com]

Manchester City assistant manager David Platt has insisted the Premier League title is Manchester United's to lose. City cut the gap to five points over the weekend, but Platt believes United are still in the driving seat. [Goal.com]

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