Manchester United hero Cristiano Ronaldo could face his former side in the summer as both the Red Devils and Real Madrid will take part in the 2014 International Champions Cup.
The Premier League champions will be joined in the tournament, which will take place between July 26 and August 4, by AC Milan, AS Roma, Inter Milan, Liverpool, Manchester City, Olympiakos and Real Madrid.
The aforementioned teams will be split into two groups with each team playing three games.
The winners of each group will then go head-to-head in a final that will take place at the Miami Dolphins' Sun Life Stadium.
La Liga giants Real Madrid won last season's International Champions Cup by beating Chelsea 3-1 in the final.
Manchester United fans will be hoping Ronaldo is not in the same rich vein of form he was in at last year's tournament, as the Portuguese sensation won the best player award and scored a brace in the final.