Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has praised the facilities and operations of the proposed Olympic and Paralympic Village for Los Angeles 2024 during the club's pre-season tour of the United States.
The English Premier League club have based themselves at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) for the West Coast leg of their tour before the new season starts.
UEFA Champions League winners Real Madrid are also using facilities at UCLA.
Players from the English and Spanish clubs will use the same sports, medical, dining and leisure facilities which will be available to Olympians and Paralympians should the Californian city host the Games.
Mourinho spoke highly of the club's base in California.
“[At UCLA] we have everything," the Portuguese said.
"The facilities are very good.
"The organisation is very good, because sometimes facilities are good but the organisation is chaotic."
Last week students at the UCLA campus had to be evacuated following a bomb scare.
Hundreds of residents in 12 halls of residence were affected after a bomb threat was made via an anonymous call to a campus police station.
Students and other visitors took refuge in the nearby Drake Stadium before being given the all clear to return to their rooms more than two hours later.
It followed an extensive search by police and sniffer dogs to declare the area safe.
There were no suspicious devices found.
Manchester United opened their tour with a 5-2 win over LA Galaxy at their home StubHub Center stadium, which will be used if Los Angeles hosts the Games, last night.
Real Madrid are due to face Manchester City at the LA Memorial Coliseum on July 26, the planned venue for athletics and the Opening and Closing Ceremonies.
It follows the approval of plans to jointly award both the 2024 and 2028 Olympics during the IOC Session in Lima on September 13.
Los Angeles is expected to host one of the two events while Paris will form the location for the other.