Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admits he plans for a friendly during international week.
However, he also wants his non-internationals to rest up.
He explained, “You train. There might be a behind-closed-doors game again. It's time to give them some time off as well, the ones who don't go on internationals because most of them have done the whole pre-season so they've been working diligently and have been terrific.
"Some of them, when you're an international, then it means you're playing well. The ones who don't have internationals will get the break and they deserve a few days off definitely, then we go again on the Monday. We'll have the start of the week training then give them a long weekend off."