Saturday, July 16: Wigan Athletic at the DW Stadium – Kick off – 1.30pm – Click the arrow, right, to see who else Manchester United will face in their pre-season friendlies … – Mourinho will kick off his Manchester United tenure against League 1 champions Wigan at the DW Stadium. The game comes the week before the Red Devils jet off to Asia for their pre-season tour. The game will likely feature more of the youngsters and the players not at Euro 2016. 6 Friday: July 22: Borussia Dortmund at Shanghai Stadium – Kick off – 1pm (BST) – Manchester Uniteds first test ahead of the new season comes against Bundesliga giants Dortmund, who are going through a similar rebuild to the Red Devils. Six new signings, so far, could turn out for the Germans, who have lost Mats Hummels and Ilkay Gundogan. Henrikh Mkhitaryan, meanwhile, may well face Dortmund as a Man United player, if his proposed transfer goes through. 6 6 6 Jose Mourinho has arrived at Manchester United and begun working on turning them back into Premier League title challengers for the 2016/17 season.Already, the Portuguese has moved to sign Eric Bailly and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, while Henrikh Mkhitaryan is likely to follow.And soon Man United fans will be able to see them wearing the red jersey in the flesh as they trot off on their pre-season tour.But who are the Red Devils coming up against this summer? Click the right arrow above to find out all the details.TAKE A LOOK AT THE FULL PREMIER LEAGUE FIXTURE LIST HERE 6 6 Wednesday, August 3: Everton at Old Trafford – Kick off – 8pm (BST) – It may be Wayne Rooneys testimonial but we reckon most of the players will be taking this fairly seriously just a week and a half ahead of the new campaign. It could also see Juan Mata taking part but in a blue shirt, if recent rumours are to be believed. Saturday, July 30: Galatasaray at Ullevi Stadium, Gothenburg – Kick off – 6:30pm (BST) – Its probably not surprising Manchester United will be playing a friendly in Sweden this summer after completing the signing of Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The superstar, we reckon, could well make his bow here against Turkish side Galatasaray in the second largest city in his homeland. Sunday, August 7: Leicester City at Wembley – Kick Off – 4pm (BST) – Its the classic English curtain raiser, with FA Cup winners Man United tackling the Premier League champions. Can the Foxes cope with being the team to beat? The Community Shield will be our first chance to see and the Red Devils get the chance to win the contest for the 21st time (although four of them were shared). Monday, July 25: Manchester City at Beijing National Stadium – Kick off – 12:30pm (BST) – You might have to take a well-placed lunch break here so you can witness a Manchester derby on foreign soil. It will also see new managers Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola face off against each other for the first time since August 2013, when Bayern Munich won on penalties in Prague.