Serie A duo Juventus and AC Milan pulled off one of the most complicated deals of the window when they completed a deal involving Gonzalo Higuain, Mattia Caldara and Leonardo Bonucci. Here is a starting XI consisting of arguably the best footballers who have worn both teams' shirts in their careers.
Click through the gallery above to see who made the best XI to play for both Juventus and AC Milan, as compiled by FourFourTwo.
In honour of the latest deal between the two Italian powerhouses, FourFourTwo named their all-time best XI of players who famous wore both the Bianconeri and Rossoneri jerseys.
Marco Storari was selected as the team's shot-stopper, although he is not very well-known. At the age of 27, the keeper signed for Milan in 2007, but after minimal game time, he left for Juve three years later following several loan spells.
There is no surprise the backline consists of four Italians, three of whom are seen as legends in their country. At centre-back are Leonardo Bonucci and Sandro Salvadore, while Gianluca Zambrotta and Alessandro Orlando were picked as the two outside backs.
The three-man midfield is made up of a Netherlands star, a France stalwart and an Italian great in Edgar Davids, former Arsenal skipper Patrick Vieira and playmaker Andrea Pirlo, respectively.
FourFourTwo selected three former Italy internationals for this starting XI's frontline – Giuseppe Meazza, Filippo Inzaghi and Roberto Baggio.
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