Some of the greatest names in Milanese football are celebrating the city's history in European club football to help promote the UEFA Champions Gallery.
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Ever wondered what Franco Baresi thinks about his place in the history of Europe's elite club competition? Or perhaps how Sandro Mazzola reflects on La Grande Inter of the mid-sixties.
You have the chance to find out over the next week as legends of both AC Milan and Internazionale Milano contribute to a video series promoting the UEFA Champions Gallery. The exhibition of great images from European football history opens to the public in Milan from Thursday 26 May to Sunday 29 May and also looks back on the best of the UEFA Women's Cup/UEFA Women’s Champions League.
Visitors to the gallery will have an interactive experience with video clips accessible and a display of all 32 shirts from clubs competing in this season's UEFA Champions League group stage also on show.
A sneak peek at the content:
We do not want to give it all away but here is a taste of what you will see:
"I think I cannot describe how happy I am or how the feelings are after a Champions League goal. It's pretty amazing." – Zlatan Ibrahimović
"We achieved something special in those years with Milan. I had two incredible years when we won everything on the international stage." – Franco Baresi
"It was like I was in a dream. We had just won the Champions League. I was lucky enough to score a goal, 50,000 people were watching us play. It was magical." – Camille Abily
To hear more from the legends, click on the video player.