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Evening report: August 30

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Manchester United boss David Moyes has admitted he wants to bolster his squad before the transfer window slams shut on Monday.

Moyes has so far failed to bring in any major signings this summer, however the former Everton boss is expecting a 'busy' end to the window.

Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany has been ruled out of action for six weeks.

The Belgium defender picked up a groin injury against Newcastle during the opening day of the season.

Former Tottenham defender Ledley King has labelled this weekend's game as the 'greatest game' for Spurs supporters.

The north London sides will meet at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Meanwhile, Arsenal legend Ian Wright has said Sunday's north London derby between Tottenham and the Gunners is too close to call.

Wright also claimed that the match is not 'life or death' at this stage of the season.

Lionel Messi is excited by Barcelona's Champions League draw which will see the Spanish side play Milan, Celtic and Ajax.

The forward also warned his teammates they must do better than last season's Champions League campaign.

And finally, Pep Guardiola has labelled Jose Mourinho a 'super trainer' ahead of tonight's match between Chelsea and Bayern Munich.

Guardiola also revealed he would like to manage in the Premier League at some stage of his managerial career.

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