Arsenal and Juventus will meet on Tuesday night in the Quarter Finals of the Champions League. Arsenal.com's Owen Pinch kicks off our comprehensive build-up to the first leg with a look at the star names who have graced the shirts of both clubs.

Patrick Vieira
Arsenal 1996-2005, Juventus 2005-Present

With Juventus: 33 Appearances, 4 Goals
The former Arsenal captain will need no introduction to Gunners fans. Patrick made over 400 first team appearances for Arsenal, with three years as captain and was instrumental in the Club winning three Premiership titles and the FA Cup on four occasions. Patrick left for Turin in the summer of 2005.

Thierry Henry
Juventus 1998-1999, Arsenal 1999-Present

With Juventus: 20 Appearances, 3 Goals
Following eye-catching perforamces for Monaco and the French national team in the 1998 World Cup, Thierry moved to Juventus in January 1999. Juve's manager Marcello Lippi resigned shortly after Henry's arrival and new boss Carlo Ancelotti had no place for the the young then-winger in his future plans. After only a relatively small number of games for the 'Bianconeri' Thierry moved to Highbury on August 3, 1999, two weeks before his 22nd birthday.

David Platt
Juventus 1992-1993, Arsenal 1995-1998

With Juventus: 28 Appearances, 4 Goals
After leaving Aston Villa in 1991 David appeared for Bari, Juventus and Sampdoria in the Italian League. During his time in Turin he won the UEFA Cup in 1993 before picking up further honours after moving to Arsenal in 1995. In his three years at the Club, David won the Premiership and FA Cup as part of the 1998 'double' winning side.

Liam Brady
Arsenal 1973-1980, Juventus 1980-1982

With Juventus: 76 Appearances, 15 Goals
After seven years of sterling service with the Club, Liam 'Chippy' Brady broke Arsenal hearts when he left to join Juventus on August 1, 1980. In his time at the Turin club Liam picked up back-to-back Italian League titles. He is most fondly remembered by Juve fans, who still regard him as a hero, for scoring the goal that won them the 1982 'Scudetto'.

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