Manchester United romped into the last 16 of the UEFA Europa League with a resounding 5-0 win over 10-man Club Brugge on Thursday night in a near-perfect performance.
The Red Devils will be eagerly awaiting to learn who they will face in the next round when the draw will be conducted on Friday afternoon in Nyon, Switzerland.
United can be drawn against fellow English side Wolves, who are the only other English side left in the tournament.
Teams from the same country were kept apart in the last-32 round, but with no such rule in the next round, United can be drawn against any side.
The tournament still has some European heavyweights that could be pared with Man Unite, including;
- Bayer Leverkusen
- Inter Milan
- Shakhtar Donetsk
A total of 15 teams have confirmed their place in the last 16, with a single spot yet to be filled following the postponement of the Salzburg vs Frankfurt match due to bad weather.
Here are the other teams left in the tournament
- Istanbul Basaksehir
- LASK Linz
- Red Bull Salzburg/Eintracht Frankfurt*
The draw will take place on Friday, 28th February 2020 in Nyon, Switzerland, starting from 12 pm GMT
The first legs are set for Thursday 12 March, with the second legs played a week later on 19 March.
The draw for both the quarter-finals and semi-finals take place on 20 March.
- Quarter-finals, first leg - 9 April
- Quarter-finals, second leg - 16 April
- Semi-finals, first leg - 30 April
- Semi-finals, second leg - 7 May
- Final - 27 May
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