The draw for the 2020/21 Europa League knockout stages takes place on Monday, with some mouth-watering ties lying in wait already.
Clubs have discovered their fates on Monday afternoon at the UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland, for the last-32 stage in the Europa League.
The biggest tie on offer is between joint-La Liga leaders Real Sociedad and Manchester United. The Red Devils, who were knocked out of the Champions League group stages, will travel to Anoeta for the first-leg.
It may not be the competition they want to be in, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side are among the favorites and reached the semi-finals last season. And in La Real, lies opposition capable of testing their title credentials.
Serie A leaders AC Milan, meanwhile, will visit Red Star Belgrade for their own last-32 tie.
Tottenham, who are coached by two-time Europa League winner Jose Mourinho and lead the Premier League, will head to Germany to face Wolfsburg.
Although Arsenal have a less than favorable tie against Benfica, who sit second in the Primeira Liga in Portugal this season. Fellow English side Leicester City will face Slavia Prague in the Czech Republic.
Last-32 tie results in full
|Dynamo Kyiv||VS||Club Brugge|
|Real Sociedad||VS||Manchester United|
|Red Star Belgrade||VS||AC Milan|
|Slavia Prague||VS||Leicester City|
When are the key dates?
Round of 32: February 18 & 25
Round of 16: March 11 & 18
Quarter-finals: April 8 & 15
Semi-finals: April 29 & May 6
Final: May 26 (Gdansk, Poland)
For the latest news and scores of this competition, visit the Europa League page on Ace Football here.