The governing body of football, FIFA has confirmed it has not opened disciplinary proceedings against Manchester United over the £89m transfer of Paul Pogba.
Last month FIFA asked United and Juventus for extra information about the deal after reports emerged that agent Mino Raiola made £41m from the transfer.
Following an informal investigation, United are not currently facing any disciplinary action, though the world football governing body has begun proceedings against Juventus.
Extracts from a book, The Football Leaks: The Dirty Business of Football, published in Germany in May, claimed to give details on the huge deal, including a breakdown of the fee.
All international transfers must be authorised by FIFA, so Pogba’s transfer was approved by FIFA in August using its International Transfer Matching System (TMS).