Old Gunnar Solskjaer will face Copenhagen or Istanbul Basaksehir if they reach the quarter-finals of the Europa League, according to the draw of UEFA in the afternoon of July 7th.

Before European football was frozen by the Covid-19 pandemic, Man United completed the first leg of the round of 16 Europa League teams this season. Accordingly, despite being a guest on the field of LASK, the Red Devils of Manchester still promptly destroyed the opponent with a score of 5-0.

Under the rules of UEFA, the upcoming matches will take place on the home team of the second leg. This means, United will have LASK welcome screen at Old Trafford. With the current level of sublimation, Man United seems to have secured the ticket to go on.

The potential opponents of Man Utd

Most recently, the organizers conducted a draw to divide the pairs in the quarter-finals as well as the semi-finals and potential opponents of Man United were revealed. Specifically, in the case of LASK, United will face the winner in the match between FC Copenhagen and Istanbul Basaksehir.

These two teams are not too difficult opponents for teachers and coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. If you play the right ability, Man United can fully advance in this year’s tournament.

Remarkably, because Man United is not in the same branch with Inter Milan, a dream final can happen. Man United’s opponents in the semi-finals [assuming the right to go forward] are just one of the four teams of Olympiakos, Wolves, Sevilla or AS Roma.

At that time, the prospect of Alexis Sanchez, Romelu Lukaku or Asley Young against Man United is worth the wait ahead. However, Inter Milan also need to have good results in their branches to be able to think further.

Man Utd was almost certain of the quarterfinals, after crushing LASK 5-0 in the first leg on Austria in mid-March. That match, Odion Ighalo opened the score. This was before Daniel James, Juan Mata, Mason Greenwood and Andreas Pereira scored to help the former team win.

Another English team, Wolves, also has many opportunities to continue. In the first leg on Greek soil, they drew Olympiakos 1-1. Wolves are phenomenal in the English Premier League this season, standing sixth – right below Man Utd. If they win the right to continue, they will face Sevilla or Roma.