Juventus have announced a new deal with their rivals Man UtD with a view to playing in the Champions League in the first leg on Sunday.
The Turin side are in Serie A’s Europa League group stage with a point from the tie with Atalanta but, with their players already injured, they have been forced to postpone the fixture due to a potential flare-up between the sides.
The Serie A champions will also play at the Stadio San Paolo, their home ground, on Sunday in the second leg of the final group game of the season.
Juventus’ match with Atletico Madrid, scheduled for March 3, is not included in the Europa League’s qualifying round.
Juve have also agreed a deal with Atleti to play in the same Europa League round as Atletico in June.