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John Terry names the one side that can beat Man City to the Champions League this season

John Terry names the one side that can beat Man City to the Champions League this season

Terry has had his say.

Chelsea legend John Terry has named the team he believes can beat Manchester City to the Champions League title this season.

Pep Guardiola's City won their first Champions League crown in June, beating Inter Milan 1-0 in the final in Istanbul.

They were made favourites to win a second consecutive title this season, and eased to winning their group ahead of RB Leipzig, Young Boys and Red Star Belgrade.

And while City have been struggling for form recently in the Premier League, with just one win in their last six games, they face Copenhagen in the last 16 of European competition and are expected to progress.

Drawing the teams for the last 16 at UEFA's main headquarters on Monday was Terry, who is one of the ambassadors for this season's Champions League final at Wembley.

And Terry named the one team he believes will be lifting the Champions League in London next year.

He told UEFA draw host Pedro Pinto: "I think you have to look at Real Madrid. They've been fantastic for the last seven or eight years in the competition, and they're always there [in the latter stages].

"I think Jude Bellingham's been incredible as an individual. They have a fantastic manager, I worked alongside Carlo for many years at Chelsea and he's a great man manager. The players love him, and he's great tactically.

"I think they'll go a long way."

Ancelotti managed Terry at Chelsea between 2009 and 2011, and the pair helped to bring a Premier League title to Stamford Bridge in the Italian's first full season.

Since departing Chelsea, the 64-year-old has won the Champions League twice with Real Madrid - adding to his two previous titles with AC Milan in 2003 and 2007 - and will hope to add a fifth to his resume this season to extend his record as the most successful manager in European Cup history.

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Topics: John Terry, Chelsea, Manchester City, Champions League