Juventus have reached the Champions League final after beating Monaco 2-1 , 4-1 on aggregate in Turin today.  After their 2-0 win in last week’s first leg, goals from Mario Mandzukic and Dani Alves sent the Italian club to its 9th European Cup final. They conceded a goal for the first time in this season’s knockout stages.
According to reports, the club will collect a minimum of 126m euros in Champions League revenues.  Juventus haven’t lost at home since August 2015 and will now face either Real Madrid or Atletico in the final on 3 June in Cardiff, their 2nd Champions League final in 3 years. They have joined AC Milan as the two sides to have reached the most Champions League finals (6) since 1992.