Europa League quarter-finals: Manchester United’s potential opponents

Manchester United will learn their fate in the Europa League tomorrow afternoon, but all of the quarter-finalists are confirmed.

The only match that went to extra-time tonight was Arsenal vs Sporting Lisbon, so that explains why we are later than usual with this article.

A total of eight teams are left in the competition.

The other big headline tonight was Arsenal crashing out of the Europa League on penalties against Sporting Lisbon.

Europa League quarter-finalists: Sporting Lisbon, Manchester United, Sevilla, Feyenoord, Juventus, Bayer Leverkusen, AS Roma, Union St. Gilloise.

Stretty News verdict

While there is no team I would fear over the course of two legs left in the competition (we eliminated Barcelona!), I would favour a draw against Feyenoord. A trip to Holland would be fun, though I’m not sure everyone will be up for returning to Spain for a third consecutive round – not to mention we had Real Sociedad in the group stages.

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  1. Manchester united can win the europa competition
    And shouldn’t fear any team the draw brings them
    They beat Barcelona and real betis 2 Spanish teams
    So manchester united shouldn’t fear anyone left in the europa

  2. Man u will likely face an Italian team in the quarter finals.
    We are able.
    Bring anyone on.

  3. Every game is a challenge and should be taken aggressively…. all games are so important, any team is eleven aside. So i believe after first winning, we will have to push win to the next game, any team can come in for any game is a game

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