Manchester United have already been one of the most productive clubs in the summer transfer window, picking up several high-profile players and maintaining a strong interest in several others.
The Red Devils will be looking to add depth and talent to their squad in order to take the title fight back to their noisy neighbors Manchester City in the English Premier League next season.
Therefore, the summer transfer window provides an excellent opportunity for United to gain the upper hand over their opponents.
You'll find all the latest rumors, speculation and official signings right here, so read on to keep track of all the latest Manchester United transfer news.
The saga around Japanese sensation Shinji Kagawa can finally be put to rest, with the Red Devils confirming officially that a deal has been reached for the midfielder.
The deal is believed to be around an initial £12 million, though it could rise to as high as £17million depending on success and appearances for the club.
The midfielder is under contract at White Hart Lane for several more seasons, but could be tempted by a move to Old Trafford to play Champions League football this season.
The 26-year-old would be arguably United's greatest signing of the summer should he commit. However, no official word has been released on the deal, with Modric maintaining a strong input in the talks despite his Euro 2012 preparations.
Set to line up for England in a couple of days, Leighton Baines is currently under hot pursuit by Manchester United with Sir Alex Ferguson keen to add the international defender to his squad, according Metro.
The addition of Baines would offer United with greater security at the back—something they clearly lacked at times throughout last season in the Premier League.
It is rumored that two players such as Ji-Sung Park or one of the Da Silva twins could make way to Goodison Park in order to help reduce the £20 million wanted by the Toffees.
No further word has come in on the potential transfer of Crewe Alexandra striker Nick Powell since United's £5million bid was accepted by the Railwaymen, which opened the door to discussions between the two parties.
Fischer has shone throughout the NextGen Series, and would be another great addition to the Red Devils' squad, especially with the likes of Paul Scholes and Michael Carrick not getting any younger.
Robert Lewandowski will star for Poland in only a matter of hours at Euro 2012. Meanwhile, his coach at the tournament has suggested that the striker will be heading to Old Trafford this season once the tournament is complete.
After netting 30 goals for Bundesliga and German Cup champions Borussia Dortmund, Lewandowski no doubt has the ability to thrive for the Red Devils and would finally give Wayne Rooney the consistent, quality striker partner he has been looking for all along.
Despite having two years left on his contract with the German club, talks for a new deal are said to have broken down, according to Mirror Football. As a result, the door has been left ajar for Manchester United to swoop.
To land Shinji Kagawa and then Robert Lewandowski is not only a huge win for United, but also a bitter blow for Dortmund, who will struggle to contain Bayern Munich next season without their star players.
Any transfer news that was missed?
Comment below or hit me up on Twitter: Follow @dantalintyre