Manchester United vs. Inter Milan: Where to Watch, Live Stream, Team News and Latest Odds

Manchester United's preseason moves from Australia to South East Asia, with the 20-time soccer champions of England set to play Inter Milan in Singapore on Saturday.

United's pre-season friendlies so far have delivered some much-needed positivity for a club struggling for direction off the pitch.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men have recorded wins against Perth Glory and Leeds United, scoring six goals and conceding none in the process.

The Norwegian was particularly impressed with 17-year-old Mason Greenwood, who scored against Leeds and could even find himself in the starting line-up when United opens its Premier League campaign against Chelsea on August 11.

"He's got a chance of starting that one, definitely," Solskjaer told The Guardian.

"He's more than capable and will always be there, in and around the box, creating chances. And I won't say that's not a possibility, no, it's a good possibility. If he keeps going as he does. It's difficult to keep players out who perform well." Along with fellow youngster James Gardner, Greenwood has been one of the brightest notes of United's pre-season tour so far. New recruits Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Daniel James have also impressed, but Solskjaer confirmed the club was still working on a couple of signings.

The exact number of new faces the Norwegian will welcome this summer might depend on Romelu Lukaku's future. The Belgian wasn't in the squad for the first two pre-season games and has long been linked with a move to Inter Milan.

According to The Times, United's opponents on Saturday are reportedly prepared to pay $75 million for the Belgian plus $19 million in add-ons, but United would prefer a $100 million bid instead.

Lukaku, who lost his spot in the starting line-up when Solskjaer replaced Jose Mourinho in December, is understood to want a move to Inter Milan and negotiations are expected to continue.

The Belgian would complete a remarkable spending spree for the Serie A giants, who have already invested $96 million on seven players since appointing former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte as their new manager.

Here's everything you need to know ahead of Saturday.

Marcus Rashford, Manchester United
Marcus Rashford of Manchester United celebrates his goal during the match between Manchester United and Leeds United at Optus Stadium on July 17 in Perth, Australia. James Worsfold/Getty

When and where is the game?

United takes on Inter Milan at the National Stadium in Singapore with kick-off scheduled for 7.30 p.m. local time (7.30 a.m. ET) on Saturday, July 20.

TV coverage

The game will be broadcast live on ESPN2 with English commentary and on ESPN Deportes with Spanish commentary.

Live stream

Live stream will be available via ESPN digital platforms as well as via WatchESPN.

For viewers in the U.S., the game will be available via MUTV on MUTV.com, as well as via Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Xbox and Roku with the same subscription and via the MUTV app.

Form

United left Australia with two wins under its belt, after beating Perth Glory 2-0 on Saturday and thrashing Leeds United 4-0 on Wednesday. Marcus Rashford has scored in both games, while academy products James Garner and Mason Greenwood have also found the net.

Inter Milan, meanwhile, has only played one friendly so far this summer, winning 2-1 against Swiss side Lugano on Sunday.

Odds

According to Oddsportal, United is a 57/50 favorite to win, while Inter Milan is 54/25 and the draw is at 129/50.

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