What's in store for United this week?
It’s set another big week for Manchester United on the road, as we go to Italy for our Europa League round-of-16 return leg with AC Milan before taking on Leicester City in the Emirates FA Cup.
Following Simon Kjaer’s late equaliser for the Italian giants at Old Trafford last Thursday, the Rossoneri have the away-goal advantage going into the second leg at the San Siro this week. The 1-1 result in the first leg at the Theatre of Dreams means that the Reds will have to at least score in Italy to progress in the Europa League.
In addition to our crucial European encounter, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men will make the journey to the King Power Stadium for the FA Cup quarter-final on Sunday. Furthermore, United Women are in action this Friday and there are some important Academy matches on the horizon, with a couple of birthdays coming up too.
Here is what’s in store this week….
We are looking back on our win against West Ham, with lots of analysis, videos and stories for you to view at your pleasure. Keep an eye out on ManUtd.com and on our Official App.
Monday also marks a special day for one of our players too, with Paul Pogba celebrating his 28th birthday! Everyone at the club wishes him a great day.
The first-team squad will be put through their paces by Ole at the Aon Training Complex as we prepare to travel to Milan for the Europa League second-leg tie.
The new edition of Inside United is available to buy - featuring an interview with cover star Edinson Cavani.
Ahead of the Europa League round-of-16 clash on Thursday, Ole will be answering questions from the media. You can watch the press conference live on MUTV, ManUtd.com and on our Official App at 13:00 GMT.
Wednesday also marks St Patrick’s Day, so a shout out to all our Irish Reds!
In what is a key night in our European campaign, the Reds will face AC Milan on the Serie A giants’ home turf. The clash kicks off at 20:00 GMT and you can follow the match live on ManUtd.com and in our Official App. There will also be live radio commentary on MUTV, providing exclusive build-up from an hour before kick-off.Coinciding with the big match is Diogo Dalot’s 22nd birthday. On loan at AC Milan, the United defender will have quite the game to mark his big day.
FRIDAYOle will offer the media his thoughts and team news ahead of our trip to the King Power Stadium to face Leicester City in the FA Cup.
The Under-23s travel to London to take on Tottenham. The Premier League 2 encounter kicks off at 12:00 GMT and you can watch it live on MUTV.
There is also a clash of two titans in the Women’s Super League, as Casey Stoney's Women travel to Arsenal in a battle for important points for the Champions League spots in WSL. Kick-off is at 18:30 GMT.
The Under-18s are on Merseyside to take on Everton in another big match for the youth side. Kick-off is at 11:00 GMT and, again, it will be shown live on MUTV.
We end the week with a visit to Leicester in the FA Cup. The quarter-final tie kicks off at 17:00 GMT and you can keep up to date with the clash on ManUtd.com and our Official App. All the build-up, half-time and post-match shows will be available on MUTV on the Match Day Live programme, as Ole's Reds aim to book a place in the last four of the competition.