Man Utd: Solskjaer responds to questions on Haaland
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Manchester United cruised through to the Europa League round of 16, beating Real Sociedad 4-0 on aggregate over two legs. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side will find out their opponents for the next stage of the competition today. So Express Sport will take a look at the three teams they’ll want to avoid.
While Tottenham are enduring a wretched season, Jose Mourinho shouldn’t be written off.
It was only four months ago they shredded United 6-1 at Old Trafford, with Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min particularly disappointed.
Tottenham’s hopes of finishing in the Premier League top four are virtually over, so Mourinho will likely prioritise the Europa League instead.
For United, that would be a danger.
Mourinho has won the Europa League twice and Champions League twice – so that experience could worry Solskjaer ahead of a potential showdown.
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Arsenal were extremely fortunate to get past Benfica on Thursday night.
It was Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang who stepped up when they needed him most, with the Gabon international scoring a brilliant brace.
But while Arsenal have been average this season, they’re currently becoming United’s bogey team.
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United haven’t beaten the Gunners in the Premier League since Mourinho’s time in charge.
And with Arteta already having two trophies under his belt, Arsenal wouldn’t fear United should they end up being drawn together.
AC Milan have seen their Serie A title charge hit a wall in recent times.
But Stefano Pioli has done a stellar job at the San Siro this term and the club finally now look good enough to win a trophy, after years in the wilderness.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is still going strong, with the Sweden international continuing to defy description at the age of 39.
And United, who had the veteran on their books for 18 months, will know all too well about the problems he can cause.
Milan vs United would be a throwback to the epic Champions League clashes of a decade ago – but one Solskjaer could be forgiven for fearing.
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