Good morning football fans

Manchester City defeated Leicester 1-0 at the Etihad with Kevin De Bruyne’s superb free-kick winner.

Tottenham came back at Bournemouth to win 3-2 with goals by Ryan Sessegnon, Ben Davies and Rodrigo Bentancur, all of whom cancelled out Kieffer Moore’s brace.

Brentford and Wolves drew 1-1 at the Gtech Community Stadium with Ben Mee opening the scoring for the hosts and Ruben Neves equalising before Diego Costa was sent off at stoppage time.

Brighton demolished Chelsea 4-1 in Graham Potter’s return to the Amex Stadium with Leandro Trossard and Pacal Goss’ goals as well as Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Trevoh Chalobah’s own goal, while Kai Havertz got the Blues on the scoreboard.

Crystal Palace beat Southampton 1-0 with Odsonne Edouard’s winner and Newcastle destroyed Aston Villa 4-0 with Callum Wilson’s brace as well as Joelinton and Miguel Almiron’s goals.

Fulham and Everton’s Premier League clash ended in a goalless draw at Craven Cottage in the hosts’ boss Marco Silva’s first match against his former club.

Meanwhile, Barcelona have put Manchester United and Chelsea target Frenkie de Jong as well as Memphis Depay up for sale.

De Jong and ex-United ace Memphis, who has been linked with the Blues and Arsenal, could be sold as Barca’s Champions League exit deepened the Catalans’ financial woes.

According to Sport, five key players could be made available by the Blaugrana.

The midfielder was United manager Erik ten Hag’s summer transfer priority and the Red Devils even had a £71.5million bid accepted.

Chelsea joined the race too – but the Netherlands international has never been convinced about moving.

And Dynamo Moscow ace Arsen Zakharyan has confirmed he wants to join Chelsea and is determined to nail a first-team spot.

The Blues were believed to be closing in on Zakharyan, 19, during the past summer transfer window

However, a £12.6m transfer was BLOCKED by British sanctions placed on Russia and the midfielder stayed at Dynamo.

The Russia international has registered a total of three goals and five assists in 17 matches across all competitions this season.

Finally, Arsenal loanee Pablo Mari is set to return to action in two months after being stabbed in a knife attack.

Mari is beginning his recovery after Thursday’s horrific knife assault in Italy.

The defender was stabbed in the back while out shopping with his wife and child – one person was killed during the attack while five others were injured.

The Spaniard will be sidelined for two months as he rests after the traumatic incident