- Sevilla vs Man United will see the Red Devils continue their quest to end the season with a trophy
- Solskjaer however faces selection headache in the goalkeeping department as he will have to choose who to start between Romero and 1st choice De Gea
- Romero kept a clean sheet in Man United's quarter final match against FC Copenhagen as they secured a hard-fought 1-0 win
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Man United are slated to take on Sevilla in a crunch Europa League semi-final on Sunday night, August 16.
United will be keen to crown their impressive campaign with a silverware and victory over the La Liga side will see them take a huge step towards that.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer faces a big squad selection headache ahead of the clash as he tries to pick between David de Gea and Sergio Romero between the sticks.
Romero has been integral for the Red Devils in their cup games, playing nine of the side's 11 Europa League matches thus far this season.
He kept a clean sheet in United's quarter final match against FC Copenhagen as they secured a hard-fought 1-0 win.
However, the Argentine has often been dropped in favour of De Gea whenever United have reached the semifinal stage.
And the Norwegian will most likely do the same despite the shotstopper's erratic performances.
In the backline, Brandon Williams will definitely retain his place in left-back, with Victor Lindelof possibly replacing Eric Bailly at the heart of defence.
Nemanja Matic is expected to be drafted in midfield to bring composure to partner with Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba who have flourished in the middle of the park.
The fearsome attacking trio of Anthony Martial, Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford could start to lead the goal hunt.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Man United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has asked his wards to step up when they take on Sevilla in their Europa League semifinals on Sunday, August 16.
Sevilla set up a date with United in the last four after overcoming Wolves in their quarterfinal clash played in Lisbon.
Man United will be keen to make the semifinal count this time round, having suffered agony in the stage this season in the FA Cup and Carabao Cup.
And Solskjaer appears to know too well of the hurdle that lies ahead when his side takes on the La Liga giants.
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