The Argentina international will leave the Citizens on a free transfer at the end of June, and a number of clubs are said to be competing for the 32-year-old’s signature.
The heavyweight fixture will see Cristiano Ronaldo come up against Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi for the first time since his move to Juventus from Real Madrid in the summer of 2018.
Ronaldo is having treatment on his thigh injury suffered while with Portugal.
Massimiliano Allegri led the club to a fifth straight Scudetto this season and they will be looking to become the first Italian side to win back-to-back doubles in Rome
Yet, to the credit of Juventus, they responded to claim a 2-2 draw and leave themselves with something to fight for when they face the Bavarians in the Allianz Arena on Wednesday night (today)