Evening Report: January 16

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Manchester United striker Robin van Persie believes David Moyes will be given time to turn things around at Old Trafford.

Moyes has struggled to maintain the high standards set by Sir Alex Ferguson thus far, but Van Persie has revealed that everyone is working harder than ever to improve the situation.

Jack Wilshere says he would rather win the Premier League than the Champions League if given the choice this season.

Arsenal have mounted their first serious title since Wilshere’s emergence, and the 22-year-old believes finishing top of the league shows who is best better than the European competition.

Vincent Kompany believes Manchester City can be more successful under Manuel Pellegrini than they were under Roberto Mancini.

Pellegrini replaced Mancini in the summer and has since instilled an eye-catching brand of football at the Etihad; one that captain Kompany is enjoying.

Sergio Ramos has been left impressed by how quickly Gareth Bale has adjusted to life at Real Madrid following his summer move from Tottenham.

The Welsh winger has had an £85m price tag hanging over his head at the Bernabeu, but Ramos says Bale has already proved to be a great signing for the club.

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