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United Reserves have flown an U19s squad to the US to take part in the Dallas Cup.
It is the first time the Reds will have a side in the U19s section of the tournament, and they are in Super Group 'A' alongside Spanish giants Real Madrid.
David Beckham and Wayne Rooney are among the players to have graced the tournament in their younger years, and Reserves boss Rene Meulensteen expects his players to benefit from the experience.
"It's a high quality tournament, that's why the club wants us to go," Rene told ManUtd.com. "The opening game is against Real Madrid, which will be a great experience for the lads.
"Besides that we will do our best. We need to be sensible with the squad rotation to ensure that everyone gets a good experience, both on and off the pitch."
United will open the tournament against Madrid on Sunday night at Pizza Hut Park Stadium, before facing Mexicans CF Monterrey on Monday and FC Delco Crunch of the US on Wednesday.
The tournament's semi-finals will take place on Friday, May 14 before the grand final on Sunday, April 16.
Meulensteen's hopes his side will return to Manchester refreshed by their trip, and ready for their vital title clash with Aston Villa on April 22.
"I hope it brings them back refreshed," he said. "Then we need to come back and really be focused on the title race. We could do with Villa drawing their game before they face us, then we can win the league at Villa."
Dallas Cup Squad: Ron-Robert Zieler, Lee Crockett, Jonny Evans, Phil Marsh, Gerard Piqué, Kieran Lee, David Gray, Ryan Shawcross, Michael Lea, Danny Rose, Ritchie Jones, Sam Hewson, Jamie Mullan, Darron Gibson, Michael Barnes, Giuseppe Rossi, Fraizer Campbell, Aaron Burns.