Monaco forward Anthony Martial has been given permission "to travel to England to sign a contract with Manchester United".
Javier Hernandez is understood to be in advanced talks with Bayer Leverkusen about a move from Manchester United.
All the latest as Real Madrid reportedly look set to complete a deal for Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea.
Borussia Dortmund are in advanced talks to sign Adnan Januzaj on loan from Manchester United, according to Sky sources.
Gary Neville says Wayne Rooney needs more freedom if Manchester United want to see him back to his best.
Liverpool have accepted a bid totalling £10m from Sunderland for Fabio Borini, according to Sky sources.
Louis van Gaal says he does not know if David de Gea will still be a Manchester United player on Tuesday.
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