Milan patron Silvio Berlusconi is at the Tardini for his first away game since 2007 and insists they’re “not worried” about facing Barcelona.
The former Italian Prime Minister is in the stands for today’s 17.00 UK time kick-off against Parma.
“I hadn’t followed Milan on an away match for five years,” said the club owner, whose last trip was to Athens for the 2007 Champions League Final with Liverpool.
The Rossoneri have a tough draw in the Champions League quarter-finals, where they will face Barcelona.
“We are not worried. These types of games bring the best out of top clubs like Milan. We are not afraid of Leo Messi, as we know how to handle them.”
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