For the second year running, the 18-time English champions will take on a MLS select, following on from last year’s 5-2 win in Houston.
This year the match will be played at New York’s Red Bull Arena on July 27 and Ferguson said he and his squad were certainly excited about it.
“We're delighted to have been invited to play the MLS All-Star Game for the second year running,” he said.
“Last year's game was a special occasion in front of a noisy, passionate crowd. Obviously we'll be looking to repeat the performance and the scoreline.”
The match may also feature former United star and current Galaxy midfielder David Beckham playing against his old club after he missed last year’s clash due to injury.