Louis Saha’s big-money move to Manchester will be under the spotlight as part of the Premier League’s investigation into bungs, according to newspaper report.

The Daily Express claims that Lord Stevens’ Quest team have ordered Manchester United to hand over the files and paperwork on Saha’s £12.8 million transfer from Fulham in 2004.

United, one of the few clubs to disclose the full details of transfer dealings, have said they are fully cooperating with the investigation.

The transfer of Saha, who is United’s top-scorer this season, caused controversy after the Red Devils revealed they had paid the Frenchman’s agent Branko Stoic £750,000 as part of the deal.

Lord Stevens’ is expected to report his findings on Monday after a year-long investigation into nearly 400 hundred Premier League transfers starting from January 2004.