Afternoon Report: September 4

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Arsenal's new signing Mesut Ozil will be a great loss to Real Madrid, according to Sami Khedira.

Khedira believes his German teammate can make the difference at the Gunners this season.

Michael Essien hopes that Chelsea can continue their strong start to the season.

Essien has admitted that he was disappointed after the club's Super Cup final defeat, but has insisted that the Blues will quickly move on.

Manchester United star Michael Carrick believes England will not be complacent when they host Moldova on Friday.

The last time the two sides met, The Three Lions ran out 5-0 winners and are expected to win comfortably once again at Wembley.

Manchester City forward Sergio Aguero believes the club are in a stronger position this season, despite losing Carlos Tevez.

Aguero has admitted that he will miss his fellow countryman, but believes the Manuel Pellegrini's summer signings will improve the team.

Tottenham defender Michael Dawson says that the club will move on after their disappointing defeat at Arsenal on Sunday.

Dawson now wants to focus on Spurs' next league match as they host Norwich City at White Hart Lane.

And finally, Barcelona legend Johan Cruyff has hit out at club president Sandro Rosell over a financial dispute.

The former Dutch star believes Barcelona owe the Johan Cruyff Foundation money and has admitted that he's angry with the Catalans president.

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