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Stoke winger Victor Moses is set for at least six weeks out with a thigh injury, the club have announced.
The 23-year-old has been in a fine form for the Potters this season following his loan switch from Chelsea, but was injured in the defeat to Burnley at the weekend and will now not feature again until the new year.
"He has a significant thigh injury which is likely to keep him out for several weeks," Stoke assistant boss Mark Bowen told the club's official website.
Frank Ribery has revealed he came close to leaving Bayern for Madrid in 2009, when Louis van Gaal took over as coach, saying his agent spoke with Madrid officials.
Ribery, who also said Chelsea and Manchester City were interested in him, added: "I was pulled one way and then the other, that made my head spin. I was on the verge of leaving. I then had two, three conversations with (former general manager) Uli Hoeness and (chairman) Karl-Heinz Rummenigge. And they were really cool, I will never forget that."
The forward claimed both Madrid and Chelsea had offered "crazy" transfer fees of "60, 65, 70, or even 80 million euros".
Newcastle midfielder Siem de Jong is on the comeback trail after resuming light training.
The 25-year-old Dutchman has been sidelined since September, when he was ruled out by the Magpies for "a number of months" because of a thigh injury.
However, he tweeted on Tuesday: "Finally my boots back on! First session outside."