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Jesus helps Man City to victory – Premier League reaction

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Jesus helps Man City to victory – Premier League reaction

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Summary

  1. Man City beat Wolves 3-0 to close gap to Liverpool to four points
  2. Gabriel Jesus scores twice in City’s win
  3. Willy Boly sent off for Wolves after tackle on Bernardo Silva
  4. Manager David Wagner leaves Huddersfield Town
  5. #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

Live Reporting

By Elizabeth Hudson

All times stated are UK

  1. Gossip – Morata happy to take a pay cut to join Atletico

    According to Marca, Chelsea’s Spain striker Alvaro Morata is willing to take a pay cut to join Atletico Madrid, who will need to sell another player to bring in the former Real Madrid striker.

    Alvaro Morata

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  2. Gossip – Emery happy to let Ozil leave

    Before we get into Monday night’s action, here’s a look at some of the best of the transfer gossip.

    The Daily Mail reports that Arsenal manager Unai Emery is happy to allow German playmaker Mesut Ozil, 30, to leave the club in order to free up funds for two new signings.

    Ozil is currently Arsenal’s highest-earning player on a £350,000-a-week contract.

    Mesut Ozil

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  3. Tuesday’s papers

    The Times

    Finally, the Times and former Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho will apparently not be able to talk about the circumstances surrounding his departure from Old Trafford when he appears as a television pundit this week.

    The Times

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  4. Tuesday’s papers

    The Daily Star

    The striker is also on the back of the Daily Star which also reports that Spurs are looking at a loan move for Barcelona’s Malcom.

    Daily Star

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  5. Tuesday’s papers

    The Daily Express

    Manchester City’s Gabriel Jesus features on the back of the Daily Express after his two goals against Wolves on Monday night.

    Tuesday's Daily Express

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  6. Tuesday’s papers

    The Sun

    But the Sun says that Solskjaer’s performances have impressed the Manchester United board – and let’s face it, they might be the ones who matter most when it comes to naming a permanent manager…

    The Sun

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  7. Tuesday’s papers

    Daily Mirror

    Let’s kick off our look at Tuesday’s papers with the Daily Mirror and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer might have won six games out of six since taking over as Manchester United caretaker manager but former great Paul Ince is not impressed.

    Daily Mirror

    Copyright: Daily Mirror

  8. Good morning

    Good morning. Back at it again!

    Over the next couple of hours we’ll bring you the best of Monday night’s Premier League action, the latest football news, including from Huddersfield after manager David Wagner parted company with the club on Monday, plus transfer gossip.

    So stick with us to keep up to date with everything.

    David Wagner

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