The draw for the quarter-finals and semi-finals of the UEFA Europa League has been concluded.
After eliminating AC Milan in the Round of 16, Manchester United have received a favourable draw in the form of LaLiga side Granada, who are enjoying a fairy-tale run in their first-ever campaign in the Europa League.
United's Premier League rivals Arsenal have been drawn against Slavia Prague, who knocked out Bongani Zungu's Rangers on Thursday, while Ajax Amsterdam will play AS Roma and Dinamo Zagreb will go head-to-head against Villarreal.
The first-leg matches will be played on 8 April and the second legs will take place the week after, while the semi-finals will commence on 29 April and 6 May.
Granada (Spain) v Manchester United (England)
Arsenal (England) v Slavia Prague (Czech Republic)
Ajax Amsterdam (Netherlands) v AS Roma (Italy)
Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia) v Villarreal (Spain)
Granada (Spain) / Manchester United (England) v Ajax Amsterdam (Netherlands) / AS Roma (Italy)
Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia) / Villarreal (Spain) v Arsenal (England) / Slavia Prague (Czech Republic)
Scroll through the gallery to see the South African players who previously played in the Europa League