Afternoon Report: October 16

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Bayer Leverkusen sporting director Rudi Voller has insisted that the club are not looking to sign Chelsea star Kevin de Bruyne in January.

The Belgian international has yet to cement his place in the Blues side this season, however Voller has no interest in bringing him to Germany.

Arsenal youngster Ryo Miyaichi believes German star Mesut Ozil will help improve him as a player.

The 20-year-old also hopes to make a breakthrough in the Gunners side this season and play alongside the £42.5 million man.

Frank Lowy, the chairman of Football Federation Australia, has denied rumours linking Sir Alex Ferguson with the vacant post in the national side.

Lowy has instead stated that the Socceroos will opt for an Australian manager.

Cristian Tello has insisted that he will work hard for his place in the Barcelona team.

However, the 22-year-old has revealed that he will quit the Nou Camp if he fails to break into the Catalans side.

Edin Dzeko has hailed Bosnia's achievement after the country qualified for next summer's World Cup.

Bosnia won 1-0 in Lithuania last night to secure their place in Brazil.

Andros Townsend has insisted that he will turn his attention to Tottenham after England qualified for the World Cup last night.

The winger starred as the Three Lions booked their place in Brazil, but Townsend now hopes that his club form will put him in Roy Hodgson's plans next summer.

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