Europa League draw: Manchester United set for return to Spain while Jose Mourinho takes on Feyenoord
Erik ten Hag's side faced Real Sociedad in the group stages before beating Barcelona in the play-off round and seeing off Real Betis - also based in Seville - in the last-16.
Sevilla have won the competition a record six times but if United can progress they will face a semi-final against either Juventus or Sporting, who beat Arsenal on penalties to reach this stage. United reached the Europa League final back in 2021 before losing on penalties to Villarreal. The Red Devils reached the semi-final of the competition a year earlier, and even went on to win it under Jose Mourinho back in 2017.
On the other side of the draw, Feyenoord face Roma in a repeat of last season's Europa Conference League final. The Rotterdam outfit thrashed Shakhtar Donetsk 8-2 on aggregate in the previous round, while the Serie A side edged Real Sociedad. The final quarter-final game sees Bayer Leverkusen take on Belgium's Union Saint-Gilloise. The German club beat Hungary's Ferencvaros in the earlier round, while Union Saint-Gilloise hammered Union Berlin 6-3 over two legs.
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