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Your favourite club's pre-season guide

Goal takes a look at the friendlies that are lined up for your favourite club in the build-up to the season...

P.S. The teams are in no particular order.

Milan
Back to work from July


Arsenal
Back to work from 1st July


Barcelona
Back to work since 15th July


Bayern
Back to work since 26th June


Manchester United
Back to work from July


Chelsea FC
Back to work from 8th July


Chelsea FC
Back to work from 12th July


Juventus
Back to work from 12th July


Liverpool
Back to work since 2nd July


Manchester City
Back to work from 16th July


Manchester United
Back to work from 2nd July


Real Madrid
Back to work from 15th July


Tottenham
Back to work since 8th July

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