What are they saying?
"Obviously a couple of people called me in the last few days to say in Germany it's going mad because of this game, but that's how it is.
"Making kind of these personal battles out of it I don't understand.
"Yes, I was manager of Dortmund and had a bit of success there, but it was always difficult to play against Bayern. To beat them was the biggest challenge you could face in German football, always. And sometimes we did it and sometimes we didn't, but that's pretty much all.
"So I don't see it like a personal thing for me."
"If you look at what Liverpool did in the Champions League last season, and what they are doing in the Premier League this season, then you have to say it is the most difficult draw that there is.
"The atmosphere will definitely be good, but I'm sure my players have gone through a lot of big games with great atmospheres, so that's not an argument that we shouldn't be able to compete tomorrow.
"We just have to get into the game, be focused, stand up to the first attacks and then we'll try to play our game, and (then) we can get a successful result.
"The Champions League is undoubtedly special and tomorrow when the lads leave the hotel or come into the stadium, they'll know what it's about, why they need venues like this and opponents like this.
"I'm completely convinced everybody will be right in the head and produce performances they have to to get a result tomorrow."