Real Madrid vs AC Milan takes place on Monday at 3am (UK time).
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The famous Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California hosts European royalties, with a combined 21 European Cups between them Real Madrid and Milan are the continent’s most successful clubs, this game will also see Los Blancos coach not only face his former club (served them as both coach and player) but the site where Italy lost the 1994 World Cup final. Carlo Ancelotti back then was Arrigo Sacchi’s assistant but there was nothing he could do as Brazil overcame the Azzurri on penalties.
Bringing things up to date, Real come into the summer failing to defend both their Spanish and European crowns and there’s a sense of an upcoming ‘last dance’ campaign with Ancelotti reportedly linked with the Brazil job, at his disposal is a youthful squad with teenagers Jude Bellingham and Arda Güler the club’s marquee signings. Karim Benzema’s departure opens the door for the likes of Joselu and Rodrygo to stake a claim leading Real’s attack. Vinicius Junior, now donning Real’s fabled number seven jersey, is expected to have another strong campaign.
As for Milan, As for Milan, they made next season’s Champions League by the skin of their teeth, Stefano Pioli’s men were semi-finalists last term and will be looking to build on that foundation. However, influential leader Zlatan Ibrahimovic is no longer part of Milan’s squad after ending an illustrious playing career, they’ve also lost metronomic midfielder Sandro Tonali but there are new additions as well as Rafael Leao penning a new contract. Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Christian Pulisic have arrived from Chelsea with the latter expected to be heavily supported during this Soccer Champions Tour 2023 which also sees Milan face Serie A rivals Juventus as well as Barcelona next month.
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