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Manchester United to face Real Madrid, Liverpool and AC Milan in International Champions Cup

Manchester United will face Liverpool, Real Madrid and AC Milan in the International Champions Cup in the United States this summer.

United will play Club America in Glendale, Arizona, and the San Jose Earthquakes in Santa Clara, California, before competing in the ICC.

They will face Milan at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California; Liverpool at the Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan; and Real Madrid in Miami Gardens, Florida.

It will be the fourth time in five years that United have spent their summer in the United States.

Sources have told ESPN FC the squad is expected to begin training at UCLA on July 16 -- the day after the World Cup final.

They play Club America on July 19 and San Jose at Levi's Stadium on July 22.

The game against AC Milan is scheduled for July 25 before matches against Liverpool on July 28 and Real Madrid on July 31.

The clash with Liverpool will be United's second game at "The Big House" in five years after beating Real Madrid 3-1 in front of 109,000 supporters in 2014.

United's preseason plans are yet to be finalised.

There is still the possibility of facing Manchester City in the Community Shield at Wembley Stadium on August 5 if they win the FA Cup.

If they don't, sources have told ESPN FC there are contingency plans in place to play another friendly in Europe before the Premier League season gets underway on August 11.

Rob is ESPN FC's Manchester United correspondent. Follow him on Twitter @RobDawsonESPN.

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