De Gea, Lindegaard; Evra, Ferdinand, Jones, M Keane, Vidic; Anderson, Carrick, Nani, Powell, Lingard, Scholes, Valencia, Young; Berbatov, Hernandez, Kagawa, Macheda, Rooney, Welbeck
The big news is that Nemanja Vidic will soon be playing first team football once again following his full recovery after a terrible cruciate injury last season.
After the break following Euro 2012, Manchester United have plenty of familiar faces back in the squad for this leg of the tour. Wayne Rooney, Ashley Young, Phil Jones and Danny Welbeck have all returned as well as Patrice Evra and Nani.
David De Gea will also take part in this leg of the tour after Spain were unceremoniously knocked out of the London Olympics 2012 tournament earlier than expected.
Youngsters Jesse Lingard and Michael Keane have managed to keep their places despite the return of the full squad. Lingard in particular impressed on the South African and Chinese legs of the tour, so he will be looking to build on his successes so far and try to sneak himself into the squad for next season.
The European leg of the tour will kick off tomorrow against Valarenga in Oslo.