The Evening Report: September 5

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Manchester City winger Jesus Navas believes Iker Casillas would fit in perfectly at the Etihad.

City's current No.1 Joe Hart has been inconsistent so far this season, and Navas has encouraged the club to move for the Real Madrid star.

Gary Cahill says there is no chance of John Terry returning to international duty for England.

The Chelsea captain would be welcomed back in to an England defence that's lacking experience, but Cahill confirmed Terry's international career is "done and dusted".

Marouane Fellaini has said that it felt like the right time to leave Everton after sealing a £27.5m move to Manchester United.

Fellaini handed in a transfer request in order to force a deadline day move to Old Trafford, insisting it's time he started winning trophies.

Arsene Wenger has found himself short of players after releasing a plethora of talent this summer.

Arsenal have only named 21 senior players in their Premier League squad despite being allowed to name up to 25.

Gareth Bale's parents were made millionaires overnight after their son completed his move to Real Madrid.

As co-directors of Bale's company Primesure Limited, Frank and Deborah Bale pocketed £2m of the world record fee.

Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi has finally settled his tax dispute with the Spanish authorities after agreeing a £4.2m 'corrective payment'.

The Argentinian was accused of hiding up to €4m by filing incomplete returns between the years 2006 and 2009, but has brought the issue to a close by paying the fine.

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