Former Barcelona star Ronald Koeman was a sounding board for Ajax midfielder Frenkie de Jong as he considered which club to join....
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Barcelona seemed to have taken the lead in the race for the Dutch wonderkid, but Juventus want to take advantage of their Champions League clash with Ajax to get nearer the young defender.
As well as the draw for the quarter-finals, we now also know the hypothetical Champions League semi-finals.
The draw for the quarter-finals and semi-finals of this year's Champions League were made in Nyon, Switzerland. Here's how it panned out...
Our live coverage of the draw for the Champions League quarter-finals and semi-finals.
The draw for the quarter finals of the 2018-19 Champions League took place in Nyon. Eight teams are looking to reach the final which will take place on Wanda Metropolitano on 1st June.
Barcelona, Manchester City, Manchester United, Ajax and Porto are still in with a chance of winning three trophies this season.
Eight teams have qualified for this year's Champions League quarter-finals - we take a look at them.
Former Ajax goalkeeper Joey Didulica backed the Champions League quarter-finalists to stay grounded after eliminating Real Madrid.
Move over, Ajax - Manchester United's win over Paris Saint-Germain saw them lay a claim to one of the finest Champions League comebacks.
Ex-Ajax player, John Van't Schip used Real Madrid's Champions League elimination at the hands of Ajax to stir up debate surrounding Sergio Ramos' deliberate yellow card: 'he underestimated Ajax, he was stupid to force the yellow card'.
Real Madrid capitulated at the hands of Ajax, resulting in them being knocked out of the Champions League. Los Blancos were thrashed 1-4 and their players only covered less distance in one European game this season: the 0-3 loss to CSKA Moscow back in December.
Dusan Tadic, Ajax's number 10, displayed what will go down as one of the best skills of the season at the Bernabeu against Real Madrid. A brutal Tadic turn.
Johan Cruyff would have been proud.
David Neres was a thorn in Real Madrid's side throughout Tuesday's encounter, but the Brazilian was stoney-faced as he faced the press after the game.
Impressing Barcelona was not as important as helping Ajax dump Real Madrid out of the Champions League for Frenkie de Jong.
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