Shanghai Shenhua to play Manchester United
Thursday 31 May 2012
Manchester United have confirmed a friendly against Chinese Super League outfit Shanghai Shenhua on July 25.
The game against the side that already have Nicolas Anelka in their squad and are trying to sign Didier Drogba, will be part of two matches United play in China during their pre-season programme.
The fixture was announced today as part of the five-year partnership with US car giant Chevrolet.
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