Tuesday's showdown between Barcelona and Milan has been labelled as the "Derby of the World" by Adriano Galliani.
The two teams meet in their opening match of Group H as the Champions League kicks off this evening.
"Barcelona are the best team in the world right now, but Milan are the club with the most titles," the Rossoneri Vice-President noted.
"Therefore, this game can be called the Derby of the World."
Former Barca ace Zlatan Ibrahimovic will be missing from this global tie though after he picked up an injury in training on Monday.
That initially led to the understanding that Antonio Cassano and Alexandre Pato would start in attack, but that may not be the case.
As boss Massimiliano Allegri is also without the injured Robinho and the unavailable Pippo Inzaghi, there are suggestions that he could just start with Pato up front on his own.
The suggestion made by the Gazzetta dello Sport is that the Brazilian will be backed up by Kevin Prince Boateng and Urby Emanuelson in a 4-3-2-1.
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