Manchester United have been handed a seemingly difficult Champions League quarterfinals fixture after being pitched with Barcelona during Friday’s draw in Nyon, Switzerland.
The Red Devils recorded a stunning comeback against French giant, Paris Saint-Germain, to book a place in the prestigious competition’s quarterfinals.
In another mouth-watering tie, Tottenham will square up against fellow English side, Manchester City.
Last year’s finalists, Liverpool have been handed a somewhat easy tie against Porto while Juventus would be looking to continue their hunt for European glory against Dutch side, Ajax.
The quarterfinal first legs will be played between April 9/10 with the reverse fixtures scheduled for April 16/17.
Due to local rules that both Manchester clubs cannot play at home on the same night, or on consecutive nights, the first leg of United’s game against Barcelona will be at Old Trafford.