Afternoon Report: October 14
Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham and Barcelona news
Wolfsburg have made Kevin De Bruyne a January transfer target - and the player's agent has said he could be interested in a move. The 22-year-old Chelsea midfielder has fallen out of favour at Stamford Bridge, and would be open to a return to the Bundesliga.
Kyle Walker thinks Andros Townsend can go on to emulate Gareth Bale after his stunning England debut. Spurs have a strong track record when it comes to wingers, with Townsend the latest to star for club and country after nine loan spells in the Football League.
Manchester City legend Shaun Goater is being lined up for a coaching role at the Etihad Stadium. According to reports, the former-City striker is currently taking his coaching badges, and could be in line for a role at City's feeder club, Hyde FC.
Arsene Wenger has tipped Brazil and Germany as favourites for next year's World Cup. The Arsenal boss thinks home advantage could be crucial for Brazil, while he believes a talented young Belgium side could be among the main contenders, but not until the European Championship in France 2016.
Sir Alex Ferguson will receive the Freedom of the Borough of Trafford today in a ceremony in Manchester. Trafford Council plan to honour the former-Manchester United manager with his own street as well - a road that runs next to Old Trafford will be renamed Sir Alex Ferguson Way.
Adriano believes he is playing some of the best football of his career at Barcelona this season. The Brazilian has enjoyed a run in the first-team following injury to first-choice left-back Jordi Alba, and says he has been physically at his best this term.