Man United could draw Turkish side for the 2nd time in Europa League ahead of quarter-final draw
Manchester United could face a Turkish team for the second time in the Europa League this season when the quarter-final stage draw is completed on Friday March 17 at the UEFA headquarters at Nyon, Switzerland.
The Red Devils took on Fenerbahce in the group stages, finishing second to the Istanbul giants in Group A.
The Yellow Canaries bowed out at the Round of 32 stage to Krasnador who coincidently ended up being knocked out by United in the Last 16, 2-1 on aggregate.
United did beat Fenerbahce 4-1 at Old Trafford but the Turkish league side got revenge with a 2-1 win in Istanbul.
— Turkish Football (@Turkish_Futbol1) February 22, 2017
United could now take on Turkish league leaders Besiktas in the quarter-final stage.
The Black Eagles finished their Champions League group in 3rd place despite losing just once – in a controversial game against Dynamo Kiev on Match Day 6.
Besiktas dropped into the Europa League where they ended up knocking Hapoel Beer-Sheva out of the Round of 32.
The Eagles then proceeded to eliminate Olympiakos 5-2 on aggregate – with a 1-1 draw in Greece, 4-1 victory in Turkey.