Wales manager Ryan Giggs has been charged for assaulting two women, the Greater Manchester Police have announced.
Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo is once again being linked with a return to his former club Manchester United. Transfer Talk has the latest.
Eight years in the top job at Old Trafford has taken its toll on Ed Woodward, but the Super League failure was one step too far.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said he is sure the Glazer family are committed to "moving the club in the right direction."
The creation of an independent regulator is on the agenda for a government review of football which will look at the Owner's and Director's Test.
Owners of the 12 Super League clubs underestimated the power of the fan, and it was supporters' voices that brought down the money-spinning venture.
Bruno Fernandes is reportedly seeking assurances that Paul Pogba will remain at Man Utd before signing a new deal. Transfer Talk has the latest.
Jesse Lingard has said that he considered a break from football last year due to issues concerning the mental health of his family and himself.
A group of Manchester United supporters have broken into the club's training base in protest at the failed plans for a European Super League.
Manchester United co-chairman Joel Glazer has apologised to supporters for the club's involvement in the breakaway European Super League project.
From announced on Sunday to finished Tuesday, Gab Marcotti breaks down what happened in the most remarkable 48 hours those in soccer can remember.
Ed Woodward has resigned as Manchester United executive vice-chairman after eight years in the role, the club announced.
The European Super League, which was to feature 12 of Europe's biggest clubs, has unraveled as the six English sides announced they would not join.
Gianni Infantino told the European Super League clubs that they could not be "half in, half out" of the established football system.
Clubs including Manchester United and Manchester City are fielding calls from players worried about the ESL implications, sources have told ESPN.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said his government will do "everything we can" to stop the European Super League from going through.
The proposed Super League is not for fans, only the owners of football's biggest, richest clubs, who just want to become even bigger and richer.
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