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Luis Figo admits Real Madrid only have one option ahead of their massive UEFA Champions League tie with Juventus.
With football's most prestigious club competition resuming activity next week, Real's clash with Juventus is likely to be a mouthwatering affair.
Portuguese ace Figo is aware of the threat Juve will pose but, while stressing the need to keep a clean sheet, he acknowledges Real only know one way of playing.
Juventus will be without David Trezeguet for Tuesday night's game with Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League.
The prolific Frenchman has only recently returned to training after a serious shoulder injury but has now been ruled out with flu.
Juve coach Fabio Capello had hoped Trezeguet would be able to play some part in midweek but after failing to take part in a training session on Sunday, he has now been ruled out.
Pavel Nedved is setting his sights on a return from injury in time to face Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League.
The Czech star suffered a knee injury two weeks ago in a Serie A tie with Brescia, and was lucky that no ligament damage was sustained.
However, the former Ballon d'Or winner returned to training on Tuesday and has Real in his sights, although could even make an appearance against Messina on Saturday.