Manchester United have received a warning from Dimitar Berbatov about Romelu Lukaku should they reached the Europa League final.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking to land his first piece of silverware at Old Trafford this summer.
After a topsy-turny campaign, the Red Devils are the favourites to win the Europa League.
They take on Sevilla this Sunday, who are fresh from knocking out English competition after beating Wolves 1-0.
If United make it through, they face either Inter Milan or Shakhtar Donetsk depending on the result of the other semi-final.
Antonio Conte's men have been touted to meet the Red Devils in the final.
That would be a chance for former players Ashley Young, Alexis Sanchez and Lukaku to get one over the club that let them go.
Especially for the latter, who has been in wonderful form in the Europa League, scoring in eight games in a row.
Berbatov said: "Lukaku is a concern for me, he's scored 23 goals for Inter this season which is a great achievement.
"I always said I liked him as a player, that if he got chances he would score goals.
"He's very quick, and very strong, and his goal on Monday was spectacular. He's the main danger for whoever they play against.
"Inter also have Alexis Sanchez and Ashley Young, who will know United very well.
"If they play United in the final, these players will want revenge, to show United that they were wrong to let them go.
"Lukaku would love the chance to bang in some goals against the team that let him go.
"Lukaku took a lot of criticism in Manchester, and he was right to leave. Look at him now, he has been fantastic for Inter.
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As for Europa League challengers Sevilla, Berbatov does not fancy their chances despite this being a tournament they have historically enjoyed.
Berba added: "Sevilla boss Julen Lopetegui has had tough times in his career, and while it would be nice for him to win it, football doesn't work this way. If it did, I would have had a fairytale ending in the Champions League.
"I got to the final three times but it was always unlucky for me. Life is hard, and that's just the way it is. European competitions in particular bring plenty of heartbreak."
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