Laudrup, Davids, Zambrotta and Thuram came to Barça from Turin
Barça will play the Champions League final next June 6 against Juventus FC. In the past, some players came to Barcelona from Turin.
The Dane was the first player of the Vecchia Signora who landed at the Camp Nou. Trained in the Danish Brøndby, Michael Laudrup went to Italy in 1983, to the Roman Lazio, where he played only two years. In 1985 he moved to Turin to play for Juve.
In the summer of 1989, the Danish signed for Cruyff's Barça, who promised him a competitive team. After six seasons (and have won one European Cup and four leagues, among other titles) Laudrup left to Madrid.
The fleeting presence of the Dutch midfielder in Barcelona happened in the second half of the 2003-04 season. Frank Rijkaard (first year on the bench) wanted a player to give consistency in the midfield and managed the transfer of David, then at Juventus.
At the end of the season, having helped the club finish second in the league, he signed for Inter Milan.