It’s been a tumultuous season for Juventus and Milan, as they’ve both gone out on top.
Here’s our look at what made them both great and what they should look out for in 2018.
Juventus (9th) Juve won the Champions League, a feat the Bianconeri haven’t achieved since 1990.
Despite that, their first-ever Champions League title in 2017 was their first since 2003.
Juventus have only won four Serie A titles, but have always won in Europe.
Milan (12th) Milan’s recent success has been built on two pillars: a deep squad of superstars, and an aggressive style of football that relies heavily on possession.
The club’s style of play is unique in Italy, but it’s one that has seen them win all three of their Serie A title titles.
Juventus, Real Madrid, Barcelona (12/19) Juventus have been one of the most successful clubs in the world since their formation in 1999, winning seven league titles in the process.
The only time the Biancocelesti haven’t been crowned champions in a row is the 2013/14 season, when they finished sixth in the league.
Real Madrid (13th) It’s rare to see a team finish in the top half of the table, but the Madrid team that finished in second place in the 2017/18 season is an example of that.
The likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Sergio Ramos will always be linked with Real Madrid.
Barcelona (13/19-16) Barcelona has been one the most exciting teams in world football since it started playing in the 1990s, winning five European Cups and three Copa del Rey titles.
The Catalan giants won five European Championships and one European Cup Winners’ Cup in a five-year span, as well as four Copa Del Rey titles in a six-year period.
Real, Bayern Munich (13-17) Bayern Munich is one of Europe’s most exciting sides.
The Bavarians won the Bundesliga title in 2018 with the help of Pep Guardiola’s system.
Juventus & Barca (14/19-) Juventus are the two biggest teams in the Premier League.
Barca won the Europa League last season and were runner-up in 2018/19.
Juventus in 10th, Barcelona in 11th, Real in 12th, Bayern in 13th – 2018/2019 top 10:1 Juventus (11th) Juventus were a surprise inclusion in the 2019 FIFA World Cup, despite being only three points behind second-placed Real Madrid in the Serie A standings.
The Bianconero side were crowned champions for the first time in the club’s history.2.
Real (10th) Real won the La Liga title and were the highest-scoring team in the competition.
They finished top of the league for the third straight season, as Juventus finished in sixth place.3.
Barcelona, Real, Real (9/21-16-21) Barca were the most expensive club in the history of European football, selling Luis Suarez for £100m in 2018 and Gareth Bale for £90m in 2019.
They won the Copa Catalunya and the Copahabic with Real, but also lost the Copas del Rey, the Champions league, and the Europa league to Real Madrid and Barcelona.4.
Real in 10, Barcelona 8, Juventus in 12, Bayern 7 – 2018-19 top 10 (last week):1.
Real 19. Barcelona