Juventus have arrived Cardiff ahead of the 2017 Champions League final – The Italian side will meet Spanish champions Real Madrid on Saturday, June 3 – Italian football legend Gianluigi Buffon led the squad Italian giants Juventus have arrived Cardiff on Friday afternoon, June 2, 2017 ahead of their UEFA Champions League final clash against Spanish champions Real Madrid.
The squad is being led by Italian goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon who is looking forward to lift the Champions League title on Saturday, June 3, 2017. Buffon who celebrated 1,000 games as a pro recently revealed he has been tracked down by former Manchester United coach Sir Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger in the past. Allegri’s side will be aiming to win their third Champions League crown when they take on Real Madrid at the National Stadium of Wales on Saturday night. See photos below Just in: Juventus stars arrive Cardiff ahead of the Champions League final showdown against Real.
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Real Madrid will go head to head against Juventus in the 2016/17 Champions League final – Zinedine Zidane’s men who are the holders will want to retain their title in Cardiff – Juventus have only won won the title twice in the year 1985 and 1996. Spanish champions Real Madrid will face Italian giants Juventus in the final of the 2016/2017 UEFA Champions League tie which will be played in Cardiff on Saturday, June 3, 2017.
Real Madrid who are the holders of the title will want to retain their cup, but they will face a strong Italian side who have only conceded three goals en-route to the final. Juventus will want to avenge their defeat in the hands of Real Madrid when they lost the 1998 final in Amsterdam, but Allegri’s men have lost in the final six times.
Juventus defender Dani Alves They have won the UEFA Champions League only two times which was in the year 1985 and 1996, while Real Madrid have won all five of their UEFA Champions League finals. Real Madrid want to become the first side to make a successful Uefa Champions League title defense as they are the fifth reigning champions to return to the final the following season, the most recent being Manchester United in 2009.
Zidane is also attempting to become the first coach to win the Uefa Champions League two years running, while Sergio Ramos is seeking to become the first captain to lift the Uefa Champions League trophy in consecutive seasons. Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo Should Madrid triumph in Cardiff, it will be their 10th Uefa Champions League win for a Spanish side, but Juventus are bidding to become the ninth team to win the treble having wrapped up their third successive League and cup double in the just concluded season.