Manchester United are one of sixteen European sides left in the Europa League looking to book their place in the competition’s quarter-finals.
Having won the competition under then manager Jose Mourinho in 2017, the Reds will be looking to add another trophy to their cabinet this year.
United currently lead Austrian side LASK 5-0 in the round of 16 in what was one of the last games to be played prior to the sport being suspended due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
However, football is well and truly back and one of the competitions soon to get back underway is Europe’s most illustrious tournaments; the Champions League and the Europa League.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s United side are currently embroiled in a fierce league race to the line as his youthful Reds hope to pip Leicester City to the final top-four spot.
Despite United’s ongoing domestic quest, Solskjaer will undoubtedly be keen to lift his first trophy as United manager and one opportunity he may have will be to go all the way in Europe.
The quarter-final and semi-final draws for both the Champions League and the Europa League took place earlier today.
The full fixture list for the Europa League is below:
Quarter-Final fixtures (to be played on August 11 and 12)
LASK or Manchester United vs Istanbul Basaksehir or FC Copenhagen
Wolsfburg or Shakhtar Donesk vs Eintracht Frankfurt or FC Basel
Inter Milan or Getafe vs Rangers or Bayer Leverkusen
Olympiacos or Wolves vs Sevilla or Roma
Semi Final fixtures (to be played on August 16 and 17)
Olympiacos or Wolves or Sevilla or Roma vs Istanbul Basaksehir or FC Copenhagen or LASK or Manchester United
Inter Milan or Getafe or Rangers or Bayer Leverkusen vs FC Basel or Eintracht Frankfurt or Wolsfburg or Shakhtar Donesk