Jose Mourinho's Manchester United can still finish with two titles at the end of the season. The League Cup trophy is already won and now the question remains is if the Europa League, too, is heading towards Old Trafford.
The Red Devils clash swords with Spanish side Celta Vigo in their second leg semifinal match of the European competition, on Thursday May 11.
United are not safe to progress to the final of the competition at all, as they just have a 1-0 slender lead against Celta, from the first leg. Although the action shifts to Old Trafford on Thursday, plenty of fight should be needed from Mourinho's army to make it to the final, where they can either face Dutch side Ajax or French side Lyon.
It remains to be seen if Mourinho indeed gives the green signal to David de Gea to start the match. Remember, Sergio Romero starts between the sticks in United's European matches.
Antonio Valencia is set for a return, while Marouane Fellaini, too, is available. But will he feature in the match. Let's not take a guess right now.
As for the away side, former Manchester United forward Giuseppe Rossi, unfortunately, won't be making a return to the Old Trafford as the Celta man is sidelined for at least six months after suffering an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury.
- Date: May 11
- Time: 7:05 pm GMT (12:35 am IST - Friday)
- Venue: Old Trafford, Manchester
Where to watch live
|Country||TV information||Live stream|
|INDIA||Ten 1 HD, Ten 2||Sony Liv|
|SPAIN||beIN Sports Spain||beIN Sports Connect Espana|
|UK||BT Sport 2||BT Sport Live|
|USA||FOX Sports 1, ESPN Deportes||FOX Sports Go|
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