Evening Report: September 6

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Gareth Bale believes training with Cristiano Ronaldo can only improve him as a player.

Bale, who this week said Ronaldo was the best player in the world, admitted he was excited at rubbing shoulders with his new teammates.

Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko has admitted he is under pressure to score goals for Bosnia.

Dzeko, who has one Premier League goal to his name this season, is expected to start against Slovakia on Tuesday night.

Everton manager Roberto Martinez believes his side are stronger without Manchester United summer signing Marouane Fellaini.

Fellaini sealed a £27.5million deadline day move to Manchester United with the club's blessing - according to the Toffees manager.

Arsenal's Carl Jenkinson has hailed Per Mertesacker for his outstanding leadership qualities.

Mertesacker, who has been standing in for the injured Thomas Vermaelen, is a good organiser according to the Arsenal right-back.

Chelsea starlet Nathaniel Chalobah has been linked with a return move to Championship side Watford.

Chalobah, who recently signed a new long-term deal at Stamford Bridge, spent last season on loan at Watford and could sign a similar deal with the Vicarage Road outfit.

And finally, former Barcelona defender Miguel Angel Nadal cannot understand why the Catalan giants didn't bring in a defender this summer.

Barcelona were reportedly chasing David Luiz and Daniel Agger - but failed in their pursuit of the Premier League duo.

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