"Two great teams that are not being successful in the Champions League for a few years, of course Juventus so much more than Barcelona, And led by two big players Cristiano [Ronaldo] and [Lionel] Messi is something I wouldn't waste on a quarter-final, I would wait a little bit more". The TV companies know they'll have plenty of viewers looking to watch their channels as the season comes to a head, but surely the only winners are football fans like you and I who get to watch live football matches almost every day of the week for the next few months.
European football's governing body announced today that United's fixture will be reversed should the two teams be drawn to play at home in the same game week during Friday's quarter-final draw in Nyon.
The cheapest ticket at for the final is £60, while the most expensive ticket is £513 with the general public ballot open from Thursday afternoon.
James Milner wants Liverpool to avoid English opponents in the Champions League quarter-final draw on Friday. "But it has been a top league and there haven't been that many teams [in the latter stages] of this one".
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Just ask Manchester City, which was swept aside 3-0 in the first leg previous year to virtually end its Champions League ambitions. But no English team has won the competition since Chelsea in 2012 with Liverpool losing to Real Madrid in last season's final.
"It would be incredible for Portugal as a country, Netherlands as a country, to have a team in the semi-final". It's only the second time in the Champions League era that Spurs have reached this particular stage.
Los Blancos, who won the past three editions of the competition, still sit at the summit of the table, despite their bruising 4-1 defeat to a youthful Ajax Amsterdam side in the second leg of their round of 16 tie, which saw them succumb to a 5-3 aggregate defeat altogether.
Tottenham, until a recent slump, admirably kept pace with the leading duo while Manchester United's interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has released the full potential of the likes of Marcus Rashford, Jesse Lingard and Romelu Lukaku.