Evening Report: September 26
Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham and Real Madrid news
Manchester United boss David Moyes believes Shinji Kagawa is not ready to become a first team regular at Old Trafford.
Kagawa impressed in the Capital One Cup win against Liverpool last night, but Moyes insists the Japanese international is still "really short of match fitness".
Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil has said he needs to get on the scoresheet more frequently despite his already impressive statistics.
The German star has created more goals than any other player in Europe over the last five years, but Ozil believes his lack of goals remains a worry.
Chelsea's Champions League winning manager Roberto Di Matteo has emerged as the front runner for the vacant position at Galatasaray.
The Turkish giants sacked Fatih Terim earlier this week following a contract dispute, and Di Matteo is their No.1 choice to replace him.
Tottenham boss Andres Villas-Boas says he is expecting the "tightest league in years" ahead of their crunch tie against Chelsea on Saturday.
He also claimed that Tottenham could be top of the table come Monday as he believes Arsenal "may slip up" against Swansea.
Manchester City youngster Marcos Lopes has put his stunning performance against Wigan in the Capital One Cup down to hard work.
Much is expected of the 17-year-old at the Etihad stadium and Lopes has vowed to work as hard as possible to reach his potential.
The official Twitter account of the Spanish Police received 120 complaints of "robbery" following Real Madrid's dubious win against Elche last night.
The La Liga giants were awarded a soft penalty in injury time, which was converted by Cristiano Ronaldo to gift them a 2-1 win.
The police insisted, albeit jokingly, that they'd do everything they could to help.