Liverpool striker Dirk Kuyt is hoping to meet United in the Champions League final for what the Dutch striker says would be a "historic" battle.
Rafael Benitez's men beat Jose Mourinho's Chelsea 4-1 on penalties at Anfield on Tuesday to set-up a second Champions League final in two years for United's great rivals.
Now Kuyt, who scored the winning penalty in the shoot-out, wants Sir Alex Ferguson's side to overcome AC Milan at the San Siro to secure a place in the final in Athens on 23 May.
"AC Milan and Manchester United are two great teams and clubs," he told BBC Sport. "But a meeting between two big clubs from the Premiership in the Champions League final would be historic."
"It is not up to us who we play, Manchester United and AC Milan have to fight for their place, but certainly two English clubs playing each other would be history."
Liverpool won the second leg clash against Chelsea 1-0 thanks to Daniel Agger's first-half strike. But the tie was forced into extra-time and then penalties with the scores on aggregate locked at 1-1.