Des d'avui, repassem un a un els 5 possibles rivals a la Champions. Comencem per l'AC Milan, l'equip de @BoKrkic

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Winners of seven European Cups, the Italian giants are currently immersed in a generational changeover and not challenging for the Serie A title.

Historic figures such as Seedorf, Gattuso, Nesta and Inzaghi all left this summer, and Thiago Silva and Ibrahimovic were sold to PSG.

El Shaarawy is the main threat and Bojan the most familiar face for Barça fans.

Off the pace in the league, Europe represents the team’s big hope, though they are yet to win at home in the competition this year.

We will be looking at all five possible rivals that Barça could face in the last 32 of the Champions League and first up is AC Milan. The Italians have won 7 European Cups and last season faced Barça in the group stage (2-2 at the Camp Nou and 2-3 at the San Siro) and in the quarter finals (0-0 at the San Siro and 3-1 at the Camp Nou).

Europa: winless at home

This is not one of the great AC Milan teams maybe, but a side with Milan’s history is always going to be a favourite and this year is no exception. Milan were runners up in Group C, behind Malaga and ahead of Zenith and Anderlecht, after winning two games on the road and taking just two points from two draws at San Siro.

Lack of consistency in Serie A

Milan are having a mixed season in Serie A, with far too many bad results contrasting with the 1-0 win over Juventus and they are realistically already out of the title race as the team attempts to adapt to the big changes in the summer caused by the departures of Seedorf, Gattuso, Nesta and Inzaghi, as well as the sale of Thiago Silva and Ibrahimovic to PSG.

Leading scorer El Shaarawy

Milan have replaced these players with figures such as De Jong, Montolivo or ex-Barça player Bojan, who has been primarily used as a super sub. The main threat form the Italians is undoubtedly from top scorer El Shaarawy, who has 12 goals, the magic if inconsistent Robinho and the injury prone Pato. Although the Milan fans know they are perhaps short on big name stars, there’s plenty of trust in the experienced Mexes, Nocerino and Boateng and the faith that seven European Cups will always create.