Manchester United are looking forward to having positive start to the season especially with new signings already at the club. A well playing Denmark international, Eriksen who joined on the free transfer after expiry of his contract with Brentford in this summer.
So is Lisandro Martinez who joined from Ajax and Tyrell Malacia as well arrived from Feyenoord. And red's of Manchester have as well played Liverpool in Thailand. Melbourne Victory, Crystal Palace and Aston Villa at Australian soil this summer in huge fitness boost friendlies.
And as of today as per Sunsport report the red devils took to a friendly fixture at their training ground against Wrexham. And a well experienced 30-year-old Eriksen is reported by the same publication to have had his debut and scored.
Lisandro Martinez had his debut as well for Manchester United in a game which ended in 4-1 scoreline in big win for red's. That is a big boost to Erik ten Hag as he prepares his team. For next season in his first season as Manchester United manager.
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