Man United vs Valencia: Manchester United start their 2018-19 campaign in July with the US tour where they play five friendly games as part of 2018 International Champions Cup. United’s league campaign begins on the weekend of 11-12 August 2018 and their opening game is against Leicester City followed by matches against Brighton and Tottenham in August. United Champions League campaign begins in the second week of September 2018.
Manchester United next game will be against Derby County in the English League Cup game on Tuesday night, 24th September 2018 at Old Trafford. United than visit West Ham United in the premier league over the next weekend.
Upcoming Matches:Manchester United play their opening pre-season game against Club America on Thursday, 19th July 2018 followed by another game against MLS Side San Jose Earthquakes on 22 July. United than play high profile friendlies against AC Milan (26 July), Liverpool (28th July) and Real Madrid (31 July).
[ Manchester United 2018-19 premier league season will start on Friday, 10 August 2018 with the opening game against Leicester City at Old Trafford. United”s Champions League campaign begins in the second week of September 2018. Below is the upcoming match schedule for Manchester United. ]
|10 August||vs Leicester City||20:00||Old Trafford|
|19 August||vs Brighton & Hove Albion||16:00||Falmer Stadium|
|27 August||vs Tottenham Hotspurs||20:00||Old Trafford|
|01 September||vs Burnley FC||15:00||Turf Moor|
|15 September||vs Watford||17:30||Vicarage Road|
|18 September||vs Champions League (Match Day 1)||19:45||TBA|
|22 September||vs Wolverhampton||15:00||Old Trafford|
|29 September||vs West Ham United||12:30||London Stadium|
|02 October||vs Champions League (Match Day 2)||19:45||TBA|
|06 October||vs Newcastle United||15:00||Old Trafford|
|20 October||vs Chelsea||15:00||Stamford Bridge|
|23 October||vs Champions League (Match Day 3)||19:45||TBA|
|27 October||vs Everton||TBA||Old Trafford|
|03 November||vs AFC Bournemouth||TBA||Dean Court|
|06 November||vs Champions League (Match Day 4)||TBA||TBA|
|10 November||vs Manchester City||TBC||Etihad Stadium|
|24 November||Crystal Palace||TBC||Old Trafford|
|27 November||vs Champions League (Match Day 5)||TBC||TBA|
|01 December||vs Southampton||TBC||ST Mary’s Stadium|
|04 December||vs Arsenal||TBC||Old Trafford|
Manchester United finished the 2017-18 season without any silverware but there were definite improvements under Jose Mourinho. United finished second in the league behind Manchester City and they lost to Chelsea in the FA Cup final. However pressure will be on Jose Mourinho to finally deliver one of the big trophies in his third season as United hunt for Premier League or Champions League glory in 2018-19 season.
United have already done their transfer business with Fred and Diogo Dalot while Alexis Sanchez was signed back in January 2018. We can expect another big name transfer before the transfer window closes on 09 August 2018 with either Gareth Bale or Ivan Perisic linked heavily to United.