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Manchester United set for pre-season tour in Australia in 2019

After spending four of their last five summers in the United States, Manchester United are expected to tour Australia in 2019.

According to multiple reports, United will play two games in Perth in July, with Leeds United and A-League side Perth Glory the mooted opponents. United last visited Australia in 2013.

United’s pre-season preparations are also expected to include trips to Japan and Hong Kong. An official announcement is expected on Wednesday.

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