Manchester United will send a team to play Salford City this summer, the non-league side have announced. A United XI will play Salford, owned by former United players Gary Neville, Phil Neville, Nicky Butt, Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs, at Moor Lane on July 19 as part of their preseason programme. The team will likely include a mixture of under-23 and under-18 players with the fixture scheduled a day before the first team face Manchester City in Houston in the International Champions Cup.
Matthew Ashton - AMA/Getty ImagesAdnan Januzaj will almost certainly leave Manchester United this summer, but contrary to reports, no deal has yet been done to secure his future.Speculation linking him with Basque side Real Sociedad is well-founded; they clearly want to sign the six-time Belgian international who spent last season on loan at Sunderland.
Manchester United's players are due back at Carrington in a little over two weeks. They will have a day of fitness and medical tests on July 8 before a squad departs for Los Angeles and their preseason tour of the United States a day later. It will leave Jose Mourinho with a month before picking a team to face Real Madrid in the Super Cup in Macedonia on Aug. 8.
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Selecting a term
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