Check out all the latest Manchester United news and transfer gossip from today.
Cristiano Ronaldo has once again moved to distance himself from speculation regarding a return to Manchester United after insisting he is happy in Spain and that his future remains at Real Madrid. (AS)
The Portuguese superstar has been heavily linked with a move back to Old Trafford in recent months but the 29-year-old is only focused on the season ahead at the Bernabeu and feels no need to continually discuss his situation.
Red Devils boss Louis van Gaal openly admitted he'd welcome the £300,000-a-week star back at the club, but the player's latest comments have pretty much ruled out any possibility of a transfer.
It's clear to see why Manchester United would be keen to re-sign Ronaldo, after he turned in another man-of-the-match performance by scoring four goals in a 5-1 win against Elche in La Liga last night.
If rumours of his apparent unrest are true after Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon spoke out about Ronaldo's alleged disillusionment, then it's obviously not affecting his performances on the pitch.
Manchester United gossip:
Aston Villa centre-back Ron Vlaar is set to hold contract talks with the club, amid interest from Manchester United. (The Mirror)
The Dutch international is believed to be considering his long term future, and could yet decide to leave Villa Park once his contract expires at the end of this season.
Sergio Romero appears to have denied speculation that he rejected the opportunity to join Manchester United. (Daily Star)
The Argentina international was rumoured to be one of the Red Devils' many transfer targets this summer amid doubts about current No.2 Anders Lindegaard, but Romero insists he was never presented with an opportunity to move to Old Trafford.
Manchester United's hopes of signing Arturo Vidal in the future have been boosted by news that Juventus are ready to replace the Chilean playmaker with Roberto Pereyra. (Tuttosport)
Massimo Allegri has been so impressed with the 23-year-old summer signing that the Serie 'A' giants are now ready to consider offers for the in-demand midfield star.
Former-Manchester United attacker Bebe is ready to prove his ability at Benfica after a tough time at Old Trafford. (A Bola)
The Portuguese forward is determined to succeed at Estadio da Luz after making a €3 million move in the summer.