The Europa League quarter-finals will feature an open draw, meaning any team can face anyone without restrictions on their nation or group-stage opponents.
Real Sociedad edged United in their group but the Spaniards were eliminated by Jose Mourinho’s Roma in their second leg this week. Of all the ties awaiting Ten Hag’s side, that looks like the one most dripping with narrative.
Europa League veterans Sevilla overcame Fenerbahce while Arsenal lost to Sporting Lisbon on penalties after a dramatic draw at the Emirates Stadium.
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The quarter-final ties will be held on April 13 and 20.