Bafetimbi Gomis scored the winner as Swansea beat Manchester United 2-1 for the third time in a row.
Gary Neville has urged Manchester United to resolve problems at "both ends of the pitch" before the window closes.
Manchester City have completed the signing of Belgium international Kevin De Bruyne from Wolfsburg.
Southampton earned their first three points of the Premier League season after beating 10-man Norwich 3-0 at St Mary's.
Jamie Vardy and Jonjo Shelvey have been included in the England squad to play San Marino and Switzerland.
Gary Neville says Man Utd are not Premier League title contenders and thinks "something needs to change".
All the latest as Real Madrid reportedly look set to complete their £29m deal for Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea.
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Jamie Carragher reflects on West Ham defeat and says Dejan Lovren must adopt a "defend first" approach.
Everton's John Stones continues to keep his focus despite the ongoing transfer talk, says Thierry Henry.
Man Utd have a "strong and secure" centre-back partnership in Chris Smalling and Daley Blind, says Jamie Carragher.
Gus Poyet is "disappointed" with Sunderland boss Dick Advocaat's criticism of the club's former transfer dealings.
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John Stones is "unlikely" to move to Chelsea following Everton's continued resilience to sell the defender, says Jonathan Northcroft.