Manchester United will take on Premier League rivals Tottenham in Shanghai as part of this summer’s International Champions Cup.
The Red Devils have confirmed three extra pre-season fixtures, with games against Serie A giants Inter and AC Milan also added to their schedule.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who is expected to be appointed full-time manager this week, will take his squad to China to face Spurs on July 25.
The friendly against Mauricio Pochettino’s men comes five days after a clash with Inter at the National Stadium in Singapore.
United then take on AC Milan at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on August 3, exactly a week before the 2019-20 Premier League season kicks-off.
Speaking about the fixtures, which take place after games against Leeds and Perth Glory in Perth, Australia, executive vice chairman Ed Woodward said: ‘These games, and the tour overall, will not only assist in our pre-season preparations, but also provide entertaining football and an opportunity to interact with our loyal fans in Australasia and Asia
‘This will be our third visit to Singapore and our fifteenth pre-season visit to China and we’re excited to be returning to both countries to play against top-class opposition there.’
Tottenham, meanwhile, take on Italian champions Juventus in Singapore on July 21 before travelling to Shanghai for their clash with United.