Football: Real Madrid director Emiliano Butragueno predicted a "special game" for Cristiano Ronaldo when he returns to Manchester United in the last 16 of the Champions League.
Today's Champions League draw set up the Portuguese forward's first appearance at Old Trafford since his £80 million move to Real, now managed by Jose Mourinho, in 2009.
Butragueno said: "I am sure it will be a special game for him. I'm sure he's going to do his best to help us qualify. It's going to be very, very special for him.
"But we know it's going to be tough. Sir Alex Ferguson has been there over 25 years and he's a fantastic manager."
Ferguson said: "Well, it's the tie of the round.
"It's a great opportunity for our fans to see Cristiano again and also for me to meet up with Jose again - I'll need to order some good wine!"
Celtic boss Neil Lennon declared his side's clash with Juventus "a beauty."
He said: "Juventus are one of the great traditional European teams. They're current Italian champions and finished the group stage very strongly."
Juve director and former midfielder Pavel Nedved warned: "We have to treat Celtic with the utmost respect.
"They were they only team to beat Barcelona and they deserved to qualify."
Barcelona were drawn against AC Milan, who they faced four times in last season's competition - taking four points in the group stages before winning 3-1 on aggregate in the quarter-finals.
Arsenal face last season's beaten finalists Bayern Munich.
In the other matches German champions Borussia Dortmund face Shakhtar Donetsk, Valencia play Paris St Germain, Porto encounter Spanish side Malaga and Galatasaray will come up against Schalke.
• Reigning European champions Chelsea were drawn against Sparta Prague in the last 32 of the Europa League.
The Blues, who failed to make the knockout stages of the top-tier European competition, can console themselves by becoming only the fourth club after Juventus, Ajax and Bayern Munich to win all of the major European trophies.
Tottenham will take on Ligue 1 side Lyon while Liverpool face Russian champions Zenit St Petersburg and Newcastle take on Ukraine's Metalist Kharkiv.