Real Madrid president chairman Florentino Perez has suggested he has no idea whether David De Gea will ever sign for his club.
United spent £389.1 million compiling Louis van Gaal's squad, with their newest signing, Anthony Martial, arriving for a fee that could rise to €80m.
Ferguson won 13 Premier League titles at United, but had a number of bust-ups with some of the best players in the world during his 27-year tenure.
Keep up to date with all the latest transfer news and rumours as Manchester United admit paying a premium for Anthony Martial while Real Madrid president Florentino Perez accuses the club of lacking "experience".
Neymar, 23, is under contract to the European champions until June 2018, and the club want to tie him to an improved deal.
Despite his side's rather lacklustre start to the season, Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho had reason to smile after being informed that he'd be entering the 2016 Guinness World Records four times.
Wales are poised to end their 58-year wait to play at a major tournament after Gareth Bale's late winner on a balmy night in Nicosia.
Arsenal full-back Mathieu Debuchy says he thought about leaving the club after being largely overlooked since the start of this season.
The 24-year-old forward will miss "a period of months" for the Gunners after surgery following an injury the England international suffered in April.
Bayern president Karl-Heinz Rummenigge says the club would have sold Muller if they had considered the bid based purely on the huge sums involved.
Tottenham fans were left frustrated after the club failed to land a specialist striker on deadline day, says Ben Pearce.
Spurs published their squad lists for the season on their official website and the out-of-favour Togo international excluded.
The England international says that last year was no fluke and that he is fully confident the goals will continue for club and country this campaign.
Zenit St. Petersburg manager Andre Villas-Boas was suspended for six games by the Russian Football Union on Thursday for striking a match official.
Iceland beat 10-man Netherlands 1-0 on Thursday to take a big step toward qualifying for next year's European Championship.
Bayern Munich backed out of an approach to sign Kevin De Bruyne from Wolfsburg before the midfielder joined Man City, according to the player's agent.
The Government has rejected a request from a host of supporters' clubs for an inquiry into West Ham's move to the Olympic Stadium.
A FIFA-appointed panel driving reforms of the crisis-hit governing body appeared to stall on Thursday after its first outing.
Chris Coleman's team, who face Cyprus in a Euro 2016 qualifier in Nicosia on Thursday, would be within one win of sealing a place in France.
The 20 Premier League clubs spent a record £870 million in the summer transfer window. But that was not the only record set over the past few months.
The Spain forward criticised Van Gaal's treatment of David De Gea and Victor Valdes, and opted to join Chelsea because Jose Mourinho wanted him more.
Former Marseille president Pape Diouf has said Swansea could make a €100 million profit on Andre Ayew.
Morgan Schneiderlin says Louis van Gaal has helped him to rise to the challenge at Manchester United but said the Dutchman is a tough man to please.
United lost up to an extra £7.5m on the £15m hit they took by selling Di Maria to PSG due to strong Sterling-Euro rates, according to Foenix Partners.
Chelsea have revealed a model of their new stadium that is proposed to replace Stamford Bridge.
The England captain's current total stands at 48 goals, just one shy of the World Cup-winning former Manchester United forward.
Former Arsenal star Thierry Henry has defended Arsene Wenger's failure to sign Karim Benzema or Edinson Cavani this summer.
England midfielder Jonjo Shelvey insists he has never refused to play for his country.
Ashley Cole has been left out of Roma's squad lists for the 2015-16 season, including the 23-man selection for the Champions League.
The Gunners started the summer with the signing of Petr Cech from Chelsea, but the goalkeeper proved to be the only new arrival at the club.
Ozil wants to rival Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi for the top individual award, and is also targeting success in 2016 for both club and country.