Evening Report: April 29

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Carlos Tevez has ruled out a return to Boca Juniors this summer. The Manchester City striker admits he intends to return to Argentina one day but thinks the time is not right at the moment.

Wojciech Szczesny believes Arsenal are on course to finish in the top four if they can win their remaining three games. The Gunners face Queens Park Rangers, Wigan and Newcastle in their final matches, and Szczesny thinks Arsenal have momentum on their side.

Gary Cahill has confirmed he came through the 2-0 victory over Swansea without a reaction to his recent injury. The Chelsea defender played his first match since March 17th in the 2-0 victory over the Swans following surgery to fix a knee problem.

Gareth Bale would gladly trade his two PFA awards for a guaranteed top four finish with Tottenham. The 23-year-old acknowledged the personal trophies were satisfying but revealed Champions League qualification is the most important goal this season.

Leo Messi's goal against Athletic Bilbao on Saturday takes his total tally for the club to 333, equalling club legend Josep Samitier. The Argentine is on pace to break Paulino Alcantara's record of 369 Barcelona goals, including friendlies and unofficial club fixtures.

Robin Van Persie has broken the Manchester United record for most league goals in a debut season. His penalty against Arsenal was his 25th Premier League goal, the highest total for a first campaign in the club's history.

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