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Summary

  1. Man Utd make it six wins out of six under Solskjaer
  2. United won 1-0 thanks to David de Gea's heroics
  3. Is De Gea's goalkeeping display the best you've ever seen? Tell us via #bbcfootball and text 81111
  4. Two second-half goals help Everton defeat Bournemouth
  5. Manchester City face Wolves on Monday night (20:00 GMT)

Live Reporting

By Elizabeth Hudson

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye for now

    That's it for now.

    You can follow the latest football news on the BBC Sport website.

    BBC Radio 5 live will have updates from the Manchester City v Wolves game at the Etihad Stadium during the Monday Night Club which starts at 19:00 GMT.

    Enjoy your football!

  2. Solskjaer offers Rossi training help

    Former Italy forward Giuseppe Rossi has had his career blighted by injury. He also escaped a ban after failing a drugs test.

    But Manchester United caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has invited the Italian to train with United in an effort to help the 31-year-old get back into the game.

    It is understood Rossi is close to full fitness and is available as an out of contract player after leaving Genoa last year.

    Giuseppe Rossi
  3. How do you rate De Gea?

    Lee Richardson: Big de Gea fan but I do feel his distribution was awful yesterday, masked by the saves he made. Would be interested to see his passing stats as his kicks all seemed to go out of play.

    Mike: Nobody mentioning the seven saves Lloris made in this game, also. It wasn't that one sided.

    Kyle: Tim Krul for Newcastle also against Tottenham is the best goalkeeper display I've ever seen. About 12 saves and quite a few were world class. Spurs also lost 1-0 that day.

    Matt: If Dave the Save was United's saviour how come he conceded so many early part of season. Some of those were his fault. He had a good day yesterday and is a good keeper but calm down world. Still 6th for a reason!

    Sahil: I've said this for a while now but De Gea is the greatest keeper in United's history and yes that includes Schmeichel. Just think about the defensive lines both keepers have had to play behind.

    Thanks for all of your contributions.

  4. Wolves relishing top-flight challenges

    Manchester City v Wolves (Mon, 20:00 GMT)

    A draw or better for Wolves will ensure they become the first promoted club to reach 30 points after 22 matches of a Premier League season since Birmingham City in 2009-10.

    Nuno Espirito Santo's side have the best record among the clubs seventh or lower against the Premier League's established top six, earning nine points, thanks to two wins and three draws.

    But they have only scored five Premier League first-half goals, the fewest in the division.

    Nuno Espirito Santo
  5. Wolves confident ahead of trip to City

    Manchester City v Wolves (Mon, 20:00 GMT)

    Wolves are in confident mood having knocked Liverpool out of the FA Cup last week and they have no fresh injury concerns.

    Goalkeeper Rui Patricio and defender Matt Doherty are set to return having been among several regulars rested by manager Nuno Espirito Santo for the Cup tie.

    Diogo Jota played in that win on his comeback from a hamstring injury.

    Rui Patricio
  6. City's strong home form

    Manchester City v Wolves (Mon, 20:00 GMT)

    City go into Monday's game having won 12 of their past 14 home league fixtures, with their only defeat during that period coming against Crystal Palace three weeks ago.

    They have also scored at least twice in each of their last 12 Premier League home games.

    Manchester City celebrate
  7. Aguero and Kompany in line to return

    Manchester City v Wolves (Mon, 20:00 GMT)

    Manchester City will hope to close the gap on Liverpool to four points when they take on Wolves in Monday night's Premier League game.

    Sergio Aguero and Vincent Kompany could return to face Wolves after missing the past two cup games because of illness and a muscle problem respectively.

    Fernandinho was rested for those two ties, while Fabian Delph returned from suspension for the Carabao Cup demolition of Burton Albion.

    Sergio Aguero and Vincent Kompany
  8. City wait on Gundogan contract

    Man City v Wolves (20:00GMT)

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Manchester City may not be signing anyone but they are trying to agree a new contract with Germany midfielder Ilkay Gundogan.

    The 27-year-old's present deal expires in 2020 and City boss Pep Guardiola is keen for Gundogan, who has made 24 appearances and scored four goals, to sign another one.

    He said: "Ilkay knows what we want."

    Ilkay Gundogan
  9. BreakingCardiff distance themselves from Warnock Brexit remarks

    Cardiff have distanced themselves from comments made by manager Neil Warnock about Brexit,

    After Saturday's game against Huddersfield, Warnock criticised the Government's handling of Brexit negotiations and admitted he could not wait to get out of Europe.

    "Comments made by our manager following Saturday’s fixture are representative of his personal political stance," said a club statement

    "These comments do not reflect the political position of Cardiff City Football Club, nor its board of directors."

    Cardiff are owned by Malaysian businessman Vincent Tan and chief executive Ken Choo is also from that country, while chairman Mehmet Dalman was born in Cyprus.

    Neil Warnock
  10. Higuain latest

    The latest now on the Gonzalo Higuain transfer saga.

    The former Napoli and Juventus striker is currently on loan at AC Milan. He was set to sign permanently but that option has now disappeared and he now wants to link up with Maurizio Sarri at Chelsea.

    But according to Calciomercato, the Italian side will only sell the Argentine if they can sign a another striker first.

    Gonzalo Higuain
  11. Get Involved - how do you rate De Gea?

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    Gareth: With how poor the Utd defence has been De Gea have proven he is world class how many games would Utd have lost with a lesser keeper? He has for a number of seasons covered for how poor the Utd back line is.

    James: It's so frustrating when people say that De Gea bails United out again and again, he's a world class goalkeeper that's his job. No one goes on about how Messi, Salah etc bail out their respective teams.

  12. Benzema suffers broken finger

    Karim Benzema is set to miss Real Madrid's clash with third-placed Sevilla next Saturday after suffering a broken finger against Real Betis on Sunday.

    The Frenchman was forced off at half-time after landing awkwardly on his hand.

    "He has been diagnosed with a fracture in the phalanx of the fifth finger in the right hand," said a statement. "The player's situation will continue to be monitored."

    He joins team-mates Gareth Bale, Toni Kroos, Marco Asensio, Marcos Llorente and Thibaut Courtois on the injured list.

    Karim Benzema
  13. Messi creates history

    In Spain, Lionel Messi scored his 400th La Liga goal as Barcelona beat Eibar at the Nou Camp to regain their five-point lead at the top of the table.

    Messi, the all-time leading scorer in the Spanish top flight, finished into the bottom corner for Barca's second in his 435th league game.

    The Argentine becomes the first player to score 400 goals in just one of Europe's top five leagues.

    Lionel Messi
  14. West Ham Arnautovic stance softening?

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    I am getting the sense West Ham's 'not for sale' stance on striker Marko Arnautovic may be softening.

    I certainly do not get the impression the Hammers would sell to Chinese club Shanghai SIPG for the £35million fee currently being mooted, but if the figure goes up, it could be enough to trigger a deal.

    The problem West Ham have is they must get a replacement in before 31 January and the Chinese transfer window doesn't close until 28 February.

    Marco Arnautovic
  15. 'His overall contribution has left me almost speechless'

    Find out who Garth Crooks is waxing lyrical about and discover the rest of his team of the week here.

    Team of the week
  16. Premier League stats

    While Manchester United's revival continued at the weekend, you might not have realised how Liverpool's Mohamed Salah bucked a Premier League trend with his penalty against Brighton and David Luiz's Chelsea contribution was key.

    Find out some of the best Premier League stats here.

    Mohamed Salah
  17. Get Involved - how do you rate De Gea?

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    Declan Grant: I agree with Ben Foster, it's not a coincidence that all the saves De Gea makes are all at him. It's because he's in the right position at the right time. £19m Utd bought him for, and he struggled initially. However, as Utd have done so well throughout, they gave the youngster a chance and now he can be considered one of the world's best.

    Def32: Most of the shots were straight at him because he’s a great player who reads the game and positions himself better than most. Less likely Madrid will be in for anyone since they got Courtois last year.

    John Engledow: The naysayers all told us the skinny little kid that Fergie bought wouldn't make it in the EPL, against the physicality players have. Yesterday they said that United were lucky to have De Gea. He's just trained himself to be better and it isn't the first time it's happened.

    David De Gea makes a save
  18. Howe hopes for better

    Bournemouth have conceded 103 goals in the Premier League since the start of 2017-18, two more than any other team in that period.

    And manager Eddie Howe, whose side have now lost seven of their last nine games, knows things have to improve.

    Video content

    Video caption: 'Little details' are costing Bournemouth - Eddie Howe
  19. Silva satisfied

    Everton, who are now up to 10th in the table, have now won all six of their competitive home matches against Bournemouth, including all four in the Premier League.

    Toffees manager Marco Silva admitted his side must improve in the second half of the season and he was pleased with what he saw against the Cherries.

    Video content

    Video caption: Everton showed big character & personality - Marco Silva