Europa League: Manchester United face Saint-Etienne in last 32

The tie will see United and France midfielder Paul Pogba, the world's most expensive player, come up against his elder brother Florentin, the Guinea international defender.

Jose Mourinho Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur Premier League 11122016

Jose Mourinho's side will face Saint-Etinne, which topped Group C.

Manchester United has been drawn to play Saint-Etienne in the last 32 of the Europa League. The tie will see United's world-record signing Paul Pogba come up against his brother Florentin, a Saint-Etienne defender.

Jose Mourinho's side were runners-up to Fenerbahce in Group A, while Saint-Etienne topped Anderlecht, Mainz and Gabala in Group C to reach the first knockout round. Elsewhere, a standout tie sees LaLiga side Villarreal take on Serie A heavyweight Roma, while Tottenham plays Belgian team Gent.

Villarreal and Roma both came through the group stages after dropping into the competition when they lost out in Champions League qualifying in August.

The Spanish side came second to Osmanlispor in Group L, while Roma finished first in Group E.

Spurs, meanwhile, dropped out of the Champions League proper and is paired with Gent, which was second in Europa League Group H.

Borussia Monchengladbach – which also move into the competition after finishing third in its Champions League group - take on Fiorentina, Celta Vigo meets Shakhtar Donetsk and Lyon comes up against AZ.

The last-32 draw in full, ties to be played February 16 and 23:

Athletic Bilbao v APOEL  
Legia Warsaw v Ajax 
Anderlecht v Zenit
Astra v Genk 
Manchester United v Saint-Etienne
Villarreal v Roma
Ludogorets Razgrad v FC Copenhagen 
Celta Vigo v Shakhtar Donetsk
Olympiacos v Osmanlıspor
Gent v Tottenham 
Rostov v Sparta Prague 
Krasnodar v Fenerbahce 
Borussia Monchengladbach v Fiorentina
AZ v Lyon 
Hapoel Beer-Sheva v Besiktas 
PAOK v Schalke  

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