The latest round of English top flight football fixtures concludes today and the focus of clubs will turn entirely to the final few days of the summer transfer window.
Elsewhere, Chelsea managed a 2-1 home win over Leicester City with a Raheem sterling double despite playing a large part of the game with ten men while Crystal Palace let a two goal lead slip to lose 4-2 at Manchester City and Brentford recorded a 1-1 draw at home to Everton.
West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur are both in action today with the Hammers travelling to Aston Villa and Spurs heading to Nottingham Forest.
Away from the action on the pitch, clubs across the country could be in for a busy few days of transfer action.
Here are the Premier League transfer news stories making the headlines on Sunday morning:
Wolverhampton Wanderers are to step up negotiations over a £17million deal for 6ft 7ins Austria striker Sasa Kalajdzic from Stuttgart (Daily Mail)
Liverpool have a verbal ‘agreement’ with Borussia Dortmund sensation Jude Bellingham and he could even sign in January (Football Insider)
Pep Guardiola can go on a £100million shopping spree in January if anyone catches his eye at the Qatar World Cup (The Sun)
Aston Villa are swooping for experienced West Ham centre-half Craig Dawson to solve their defensive worries (The Sun)
Tottenham defender Sergio Reguilón is close to sealing a loan move to Atletico Madrid after the Spanish side agreed to let Renan Lodi join Nottingham Forest (The Times)
Chelsea are looking to shift Ross Barkley before the transfer window shuts — and could even free the ex-England midfielder from his deal (The Sun)
The Rosario Central Board of Directors are determined to ask Brighton for more money after their initial £3m bid for 17-year old star Facundo Buonanotte (TyC Sports)
Martin Dubravka has told Newcastle that he wants to leave the club and join Manchester United (Sky Sports)
Bournemouth are planning to hijack Leeds United’s deal to sign 18-year old FC Zurich striker Willy Gnonto (Football Insider)