• Real Madrid, Milan and Internazionale also involved
• Tournament scheduled to be played in 12 cities
Manchester United, Liverpool and Manchester City have agreed to take part in a major pre-season tournament in the United States that will also feature Real Madrid, Milan and Internazionale.
The 2014 International Champions Cup will be played in 12 different cities but provides the possibility of the three English clubs meeting when the semi-finals and final are held at the Sun Life Stadium in Miami.
AS Roma and Olympiakos have also been confirmed to take part in the eight-team event, revealed by World Soccer Talk, with an official announcement expected on Tuesday to confirm the dates.
The provisional schedule initially pits United against Roma in Denver, Liverpool against Olympiakos in Chicago, both on 26 July, before City play Milan in Pittsburgh the following day.
United have been pencilled in to face Inter in Washington on 29 July, whereas Liverpool would play Milan in Philadelphia the following day and City would meet Olympiakos in New York.
Chelsea and Everton took part in last year's event and this summer's event will also see matches in Dallas, Phoenix, Charlotte, Ann Arbor and Hartford.