Schalke are down in 13th place, and came through Group D as runners-up. "We are looking forward to it", Bayern sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic said of the tie with Liverpool.
"I've been fortunate enough to spend two or three days at Tottenham's training ground and to me he just feels like the most ideal candidate".
"They have lots of experience in this competition, they've won it numerous times". People love to try and fire me'.
The 27-year-old Swiss worldwide midfielder came off the bench to take his tally to five goals in 13 league appearances, meaning he is already just three shy of his best previous total in the Premier League for Stoke last season. And I played the World Cup without a problem. Hendo came on and shored up the midfield, won every tackle I think, and never lost a header against Fellaini, which is always tough.
He has cut an increasingly frustrated figure - particularly after the failure to sign a centre-back in the summer.
'I can't wait for it to happen here and it will happen here.
While the Red Devils have been in decline since the retirement of their greatest manager in 2013, at no time was the contrast between the haves and have-nots more stark than at Anfield on Sunday. David Moyes, who lasted 10 months as Alex Ferguson's successor in 2013, was only fired once a top-four finish in the league couldn't be secured.
"I had a rest of about three weeks - after 12 months of playing".
"Like I say, it's definitely a disappointment".
"We've been doing polls where 80 per cent of fans wanted him to leave", said Mitten.
"It was clear it would be hard, they are obviously a top side", said Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp, who lost the 2013 final to Bayern when coaching Dortmund.
"They are fast, they are intense, they are physical and they are objective". The team has top players.
"The others have been better than previous year so that's why it's closer. We can manage two achievements in those two games", Genesio said.
The team's mood will be affected by the outcome of 2018's last two league games against Leipzig and Frankfurt. It's a busy period because everyone plays.
So who will be the victor between Pogba and Mourinho in a fight that is being played out in public?
"At the moment, it's just busy for everyone".
The Frenchman, who lifted the trophy with Real Madrid as a player in 2002, had also guided the Spanish giants to Champions League glory in 2016 and in 2017, beating Atletico Madrid and Juventus in the respective finals.
One bookmaker makes Pochettino the early favourite and the 46-year-old Argentinian is also former Manchester United midfielder Gary Neville's favoured option.