English Premier League outfit Manchester United will for the fourth time this season, take on another Spanish opposition in the 2022/2023 UEFA Europa League, after the quarter-final, semi-final and Final Draws were conducted by governing body UEFA in Nyon-Switzerland on Friday.
The Red Devils had played Real Sociedad in the group stages, before being pitted against FC Barcelona in the play-off round in which they prevailed 4-3 on aggregate. United subsequently went on to face another Spanish side Real Betis in the Round-Of-16 whom they defeated 5-1 on aggregate.
Erik ten Hag’s side will now play six-time winners and all-time record holders Sevilla in the quarter-finals.
Other last-eight pairings will see Italian Serie A heavyweights Juventus face Portuguese Primeira Liga outfit Sporting CP.
Another Italian side AS Roma will take on Dutch Eredivisie outfit Feyenoord.
While German Bundesliga side Bayer 04 Leverkusen will welcome Belgian Jupiler Lig outfit Union Saint Gilloise.
Also, the path for the semi-finals and the Final was decided as well. The Winners of Juventus/Sporting CP will play Manchester United/Sevilla in the first semi-final, while the Winners of AS Roma/Feyenoord will play Bayer 04 Leverkusen/Union Saint Gilloise in the second semi-final.
Full Complement of the UEFA Europa League Quarter-final Draws:
When are the Europa League Quarter-finals, Semi-finals and Final?
The quarter-final first legs are scheduled for 13 April, with the second legs a week later on 20 April.
The semi-final first-legs are scheduled for 11 May, with the second-legs a week later on 18 May.
The Final will take place at Budapest’s Puskás Aréna in Hungary on 31 May.