Although England's participation in the European Under-19 finals in Estonia was deemed a potential problem, with three youngsters involved, there are likely to be spaces for several of the club's exciting prospects.
"It's been very difficult trying to gauge what players I can take on the tour because I want to represent us in the proper way," explained the boss to MUTV. "When we go to the Far East in particular, we have such a great fan-base over there and we don't want to let them down.
"We should have a good group of players going on tour. Obviously the players who played in the European Championship won't be involved [except Anders Lindegaard] and Ryan Giggs and Tom Cleverley won't be involved because they're at the Olympics.