Massimo Donati played for both Milan and Celtic, so gives some advice on who to watch out for in the Europa League tomorrow.
The teams meet at San Siro on Thursday evening, although the Scottish side are already out of the running for qualification.
“Among the strengths at Celtic, they have some important and talented individuals, but it’s fair to say they have a lot of problems at the moment,” Donati told MilanNews.it.
“They are suffering this enormous pressure over the opportunity to make it 10 titles in a row. They are not going through a good period of form.
“Celtic have a good squad, among them the standouts are Edouard, the rugged midfielder McGregor, and the young trequartista Christie.
“Milan defenders in particular need to keep an eye on Edouard.”
The Rossoneri are expected to rotate their squad, as the focus is more on Serie A.
“Milan are a team that work regardless of who they field. It’s early to say if they have what it takes to win the Europa League, but they do have the character and quality to achieve something important. You can tell they are enjoying their football and are hungry for success.”