What have our players been doing since the season ended?
Ryan Giggs was in Shanghai to help launch the partnership with Chevrolet
David de Gea arrived in Switzerland with the Spain squad ahead of Euro 2012.
Rafael da Silva trains ahead of his start for Brazil in their friendly against Argentina.
Patrice Evra has a laugh with Samir Nasri in the training session following France’s 1-1 draw with England.
Jonny Evans captained United in Harry Gregg’s testimonial against Irish League XI in Belfast.
Rio Ferdinand played a charity match in the Asian Dream Cup in Bangkok. Park Ji-Sung, the founder of the JS Fountation and Asia’s football stars played the charity match with All Star Thai league team to raised fund for the JS Fountation.
Phil Jones visited the Schlinder Factory with his England team mates ahead of their opening Euro 2012 game against France.
Anderson enjoyed himself at United’s end of season awards.
Dimitar Berbatov played in Harry Gregg’s testimonial.
Wayne Rooney visits Auschwitz with the England squad ahead of his two game suspension in Euro 2012.
Javier Hernandez scored against Guyana in World Cup qualifying and in a friendly against Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Nani at training with Miguel Veloso near Poznan following first game defeat against Germany.
Ashley Young was at a press conference with England ahead of their opening game draw against France.
Antonio Valencia celebrates with his team mates Cristian Noboa and Fricson Erazo following Ecuador’s 1-0 win over Brazil in World Cup qualifying.
Paul Scholes went to York races.
Danny Welbeck at training with Jermaine Defoe before starting England’s first game against France.
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