The treble chasers: Arsenal and Manchester City join Barcelona and Bayern Munich among eight teams who can still win the lot
A look at the European teams that can win their league, domestic cup and top it off with the Champions League
Monday 17 February 2014
As the Champions League gets ready to burst back into life this week, we have a look at which of Europe’s elite teams still have the chance of completing a treble.
Sides from around the continent will go head-to-head once again in the Round of 16 of Europe’s top competition and eight of the teams still involved are in contention to lift the league, cup and Champion League trophies.
So what exactly do each team have to do to reach the momentous milestone?
We take a look at the contenders hoping to emulate the likes of the 1999 Manchester United team and Bayern Munich’s feat last season.
Simply click through the guide below...
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