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Manchester United soak up the sun in Los Angeles ahead of first pre-season clash against LA Galaxy

Date Posted,July 15, 2017

Manchester United have prepared for their first pre-season friendly by catching the rays in Los Angeles.

United will get the ball rolling on their 2017/18 campaign action against LA Galaxy.

The clash, as part of their AON Tour of the USA, kicks off at 3am BST on Sunday morning – with MUTV broadcasting the game.

The game will give fans a first chance to see summer signings Victor Lindelof and Romelu Lukaku for the first time.

As the squad prepared for the match, they took to the streets of LA to take in the sights.

Jose Mourinho wonders the streets of Los Angeles (Image: BACKGRID)
Juan Mata looks smart in LA (Image: BACKGRID)

Midfielder Juan Mata sported a smart casual look as he walked round the streets of the Californian city – wearing jeans and a shirt.

Boss Jose Mourinho didn’t follow in Mata’s image as he kept in with the brand.

The Portuguese flaunting a while Red Devils polo shirt, navy blue shorts and United emblazoned flip flops.

Marouane Fellaini enjoys the sunshine (Image: BACKGRID)

Marouane Fellaini was also snapped out and about looking very summery in a straw hat and casual wear.

Fellow midfielder Michael Carrick also appeared casual in shorts and white t-shirt.

United also face Real Salt Lake, Manchester City and Real Madrid in the US.

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