Evening Report: March 18

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Chelsea youngster Kevin De Bruyne is wanted by Bayer Leverkusen, according to reports in Germany. The Blues signed De Bruyne last summer, immediately loaned him out to Werder Bremen, and he's impressed in the Bundesliga this term.

Bacary Sagna could make his first-team return after the international break. The Arsenal right-back has been missing with a knee injury, but should be in contention to face Reading at the Emirates Stadium on March 30.

Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis says Edinson Cavani will be allowed to leave if a club matches his €70m release clause. Manchester City have been linked with a summer move for the striker.

Nemanja Vidic admits he's looking forward to a break from first-team action over the next 10 days. Vidic will take part in training during the next two weeks as most of his United teammates report for international duty.

Steven Caulker has been called up to the England squad to face San Marino and Montenegro. The Spurs centre-back replaced Manchester United defender in Roy Hodgson's squad for the World Cup qualifiers.

David Villa says he's back to his best for Barcelona. The Spain star was on the scoresheet against Rayo Vallecano on Sunday, and Villa thinks he's finally over his niggling injury problems.

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