Football

Evening Report: November 4

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Chelsea starlet Kevin de Bruyne has yet again hinted that he may be prepared to leave the club in January. The Belgian youngster has found game time difficult to come by and admitted that something had to change sooner or later.

Manchester United may be prepared to sell Anderson to Portugeuse giants Porto in an attempt to lower the cost of defensive pair Eliaquim Mangala and Nicolas Otamendi. The duo are being valued at around €75million but United want to lower the cost.

Carlo Ancelotti has said that Sepp Blatter's apology to Cristiano Ronaldo is not good enough. The FIFA president said sorry for mocking the Madrid star, but Ancelotti thinks he should have known better.

Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp has said he thinks Arsenal are better to watch than Barcelona. Klopp added that he would have been put off football if he were a youngster watching Lionel Messi and co.

Nicklas Bendtner may finally leave Arsenal in January, according to reports in the English press. Crystal Palace, Hull and Sunderland are all keeping tabs on him, and he is considered surplus to requirements at the Emirates.

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