Manchester United have been drawn alongside Juventus, Valencia and Young Boys in Group H for this season’s Champions League campaign.

Jose Mourinho’s side reached the final 16 of last year’s competition where they lost to Sevilla across two legs.

This will be United’s second consecutive season appearing in the Champions League, having failed to qualify for the tournament in 2016.

The club’s last success in the competition came in 2008, when they beat Chelsea on penalties in Russia.

United play their first group game on 18 or 19 September, with clubs playing the last of their six matches on 11 or 12 December.

The knockout rounds begin in February, with final taking place at Atletico Madrid’s Wanda Metropolitano on 1 June, 2019.

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