By BBC Sport StaffSport is buzzing over the summer as Louis van Gaal’s men prepare to head to the US for their first ever international summer training camp.
It is a huge moment in the development of the Manchester United team as the club looks to improve its World Cup qualifying record and take its title credentials to a new level.
And it will be a big boost to the young Dutchman as he tries to lead his squad through the tough World Cup qualifiers.
But is this the beginning of the end for Louis van Schip?
With Manchester United hoping to qualify for the knockout stages, it will give the Dutchman and his team some crucial time to adjust to the demands of the competition.
Van Schip will need to find his best players, but he must also keep a close eye on his squad, which has struggled to produce the kind of performances required to qualify.
United have struggled to find the form that propelled them to the Premier League title in 2015, and they are in a similar situation to Tottenham Hotspur, who were knocked out of the FA Cup by Arsenal.
But Van Gaal has already taken a series of risks this summer, signing the young midfielder Paul Pogba and striker Anthony Martial.
But the squad is starting to look more and more confident, with players such as Anthony Martial, Daley Blind and Wayne Rooney joining in on the attacking end.
The Netherlands have a number of players who are under contract, but they are yet to announce the number of new players who will be brought in to help boost their squad.
A number of Premier League clubs are understood to be interested in signing the Manchester City winger Aleksandar Kolarov, while United are also considering the signing of young defender Marcus Rashford, who has struggled for games under Van Gaal.
United are also looking at bringing in several players in the youth ranks, with Paul Pogbon, Raheem Sterling and Morgan Schneiderlin also among the names on the radar.
But Louis van Vliet will be keen to make sure his squad has the best possible training facilities in order to maximise the training time, which will also be vital if United are to win the tournament.
Van Gaal is currently in charge of the United squad, but the Dutch coach has taken a back seat this summer as he has tried to keep his eye on the Europa League and other competitions.
The Dutch coach will be hoping to do the same in the US, but his team will need a strong performance at the World Cup to take the tournament to the next level.