Wales manager Ryan Giggs will bring his squad to North Wales next week for an open training session at Wrexham's Racecourse Ground.

The Manchester United legend has urged fans to come along to the free-to-attend session on Monday, which is the first time the national team have appeared at Wrexham's stadium in 10 years.

The manager says it’s a thank-you to the dedicated North Wales based fans, who have travelled the length of Wales and beyond to support the team.

He said: “I was really keen to have a training session in the north. We have great supporters who regularly travel down to Cardiff to support the team.

“This is a thank-you to them and an opportunity for new fans in the north to see the players first-hand. It’ll be a great day at the Racecourse and I hope the fans come to support us.

“I’m really looking forward to seeing a good turn-out.”

The ground will open from 10am and the Mold Stand will be open for spectators.

Tickets will be allocated at the turnstiles on the day, on a first come first served basis.

Giggs will use the session, which starts at 10.30am, to prepare his squad for the 28 May match against Mexico in Los Angeles.

He said: “I’m really looking forward to the camp.

“It gives me an opportunity to work with the players before those big games coming up in September against the Republic of Ireland and Denmark.

“This is a really important time for me, before the players go off on their holidays and before the Nation’s League campaign starts.”