Man United Learn Europa League Fate Plus All UCL And UEL Draws


Man United’s Europa League journey has been decided after the Europa League draw this past lunchtime.


Despite being 5-0 on aggregate, United still need to play the second leg against LASK Linz. The venue for that match is still undecided.


‘The Red Devils’ will then play FC Copenhagen or Istanbul Basakeshir in the Quarter Finals of the tournament where each round will be halved to just one neutral leg. The tie will be played, like the rest of the tournament, in Germany.


Should United progress that far, then they have a potential meeting with fellow English club and United’s Achilles heel Wolverhampton Wanderers. Other teams that Ole’s men could play is Olympiakos, Sevilla or Roma.


Then, providing they advance, United will compete in the Europa League final in Cologne against one of; Shakhtar Donetsk, Wolfsburg, Basel, Frankfurt, Rangers, Leverkusen, Getafe and fellow competition favourites Inter Milan.


The full brackets can be seen below:

A reminder that all teams can play up to 5 substitutes in this unique tournament where each one-legged tie will be played at a neutral venue in Germany.


United’s Manchester rivals City have also learned their all-important Champions League fate for this season at least.


The full brackets can be seen below:

With a decision on Manchester City’s Champions League future next season announced on Monday, this year’s competition is crucial for ‘The Citizens’.


Both Europa League and Champions League’s will be concluded within the month with the tournaments beginning in early August and the finals being 21st August and 23rd August respectively.


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