The 71-year-old said that he believes the potential of English teams in the Champions League is being impeded by the league's current TV contract.
Ferguson claimed: "The Premier League agree the contract with TV and they are in control. But they are not giving our teams a chance to be successful in Europe."
With Manchester United facing Everton tomorrow (February 10), they will also be playing against Real Madrid on Wednesday (February 13).
Of this, Ferguson added: "It is ridiculous to think we are playing on Sunday and Real Madrid have an extra day's rest.
"It is not fair. France play on Friday nights. Why? Possibly [England] get more money out of television, I don't know.
"Other countries make sacrifices for their top teams in Europe. What can you do? Not turn up? I would like to do that by the way."
He concluded by saying: "It is pointless complaining about these things all the time.
"How many times have I complained about it? You've heard my complaints. Do they listen?"