Gareth Taylor’s side will play the first leg in Spain on 24/25 March before hosting the Primera División outfit at the Academy Stadium in the reverse fixture on 31 March/1 April.
Should City progress, we will face either Paris Saint-Germain, Sparta Prague or Olympique Lyonnais in the semi-finals on 24/25 April and 1/2 May, with the first leg away from home.
Semi-finalists in 2017 and 2018, City reached the last eight stage with comprehensive victories over Göteborg FC and Fiorentina.
City have a real chance of making the final, and another semi final would be amazing as well. City want all the trophies and this is the path forward.
Dreams are still alive for Manchester City’s UWCL hopes.
FULL QUARTER-FINAL DRAW
Bayern Munich v FC Rosengard
Sparta Prague / Paris Saint-Germain v Olympique Lyonnais
FC Barcelona v Manchester City
Chelsea v Wolfsburg