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Evening Report: October 18

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Birmingham City have agreed to keep Manchester United starlet Jesse Lingard on loan until December 14.

The 20-year-old midfielder has scored five goals in four games since he sealed a loan move to the Championship outfit.

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has revealed Fernando Torres has returned to full fitness.

The Spaniard picked up a knee injury earlier this month but has recovered to be contention for Chelsea's clash against Cardiff.

Manchester City's Vincent Kompany is on track to make his comeback against Chelsea next Sunday.

The defender picked up a thigh injury against Everton but is on course to return next weekend.

Nacho Monreal has vowed to fight Kieran Gibbs for Arsenal's left-back slot.

The Spanish international is currently behind Gibbs in the pecking order -but has not given up hope of landing a first team spot.

Iker Casillas has revealed that his nine month absence from Real Madrid's starting line up has affected his state of mind.

The Spain international remains keen on staying at Madrid despite losing his place to Diego Lopez.

And finally, Tottenham winger Aaron Lennon has recovered from a foot injury.

Lennon has not played since the middle of August but could return to action this weekend.

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