Evening Report: October 30

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Manchester United starlet Adnan Januzaj has been tipped to eventually become the club's main striker. Assistant manager Steven Round said that he was more than capable of playing the position, and that it might even be where he is strongest.

Ashley Cole has signalled his intent to finish his career at Chelsea, by revealing that he wants a new contract. The Blues' full-back's current deal ends next year, but Cole wants to stay as long as he can.

Real Madrid are preparing a swap deal that will see Sami Khedira heading to Chelsea, with Ramires coming the other way. Madrid are said to want Ramires at the Bernabeu, and are willing to part with their German midfielder in order to make the move happen.

Xavi Hernandez has backed Fraser Forster's credentials to become the No.1 goalkeeper at Barcelona. The Celtic stopper has been linked with a shock move to the Nou Camp, and Xavi believes he is good enough to achieve great things.

Former Chelsea coach Ray Wilkins has said he was slightly embarrassed with the way Arsenal played last night when they were beaten in the Capital One Cup. The Gunners struggled to cause Chelsea many problems, despite the Blues having made numerous changes from their usual squad.

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