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Thanks to a rule change by UEFA it is possible for Manchester United to finish sixth in the League and still qualify for the Champions League   United currently sit in sixth-place, eleven points adrift from fourth-place Spurs Could Erik ten Hag find himself back at Ajax? Listen to the It's All Kicking Off podcast 

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Manchester United fans may feel as though Europe is slipping away from the once more - in a sight they have become far too accustomed to in the last few years.

Erik Ten Hag's side currently sit sixth in the league, 11 points adrift from both fourth-placed Tottenham and fifth-placed Aston Villa.

The task to of trying to catch up to their competition is becoming more and more of an uphill battle.

United have failed to win any of their last three league games and with seven games left to play a top-four finish is fading into the distance.

Despite this, they could still miraculously qualify for the Champions League, even if the Red Devils finish sixth thanks to a UEFA rule change. 

Despite sitting in sixth and being 11 points adrift from fourth-place Tottenham, United can still qualify for the Champions League even if they finish in sixth

Despite sitting in sixth and being 11 points adrift from fourth-place Tottenham, United can still qualify for the Champions League even if they finish in sixth

There is still hope for Man United to make the Champions League thanks to a new rule change made by UEFA in correlation with the expansion of the competition

There is still hope for Man United to make the Champions League thanks to a new rule change made by UEFA in correlation with the expansion of the competition

Thanks to a new rule introduced by UEFA this year, England are poised to receive an additional spot in next year's Champions League. 

Due to the expansion of the Champions League two leagues will earn an extra place in Europe's top club competition.

The new rule change states that the two leagues with the best UEFA co-efficient will earn an extra slot in the competiton.

As it stands England and Italy are set to earn the two spots.

This means that the team that finishes fifth in the Premier League is set to qualify for the Champions League - but

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