Manchester United's Champions League quarterfinal tie could be reversed

Manchester United's Champions League quarterfinal tie could be reversed

"Dortmund, Munich and PSG, have been beaten so it's a testament to the Premier League".

Liverpool reached the final of the Champions League last season before losing 3-1 to Real Madrid in Kiev.

"My second choice would be not by tactical or emotional reasons but by what I think would be fantastic extra motivation", said the 56-year-old.

There is also the possibility that derby rivals United and City could face each other in the quarter-finals or take on fellow Premier League sides Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur. "Let's say two of our teams made it to the Champions League final, then we wouldn't see them, at best, until the Monday before we play on the Thursday".

United great Ryan Giggs believes his former club enter the draw as potential winners after upsetting fancied Paris St Germain to make the quarter-finals.

Liverpool joined Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham in the last eight of the competition by beating Bayern Munich 3-1 in Germany on Wednesday.

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When he was told after the 3-0 win, which secured a 3-2 aggregate victory for the Italians, that Juve had never managed such a comeback in the Champions League, Ronaldo said, "Maybe that's why they signed me".

"We know that. People will look at Porto and Ajax (as weaker), but they are young teams and they are flying".

Manchester City had never reached the quarter-final stage in the Champions League era before 2015/16, but they've now occupied a position in the last-8 three times times in the last four seasons.

England play Holland in Guimaraes, Portugal, for a place in the final, on June 6, just five days after the Champions League final in Madrid.

"I wouldn't like Juventus against Barcelona because I think it would be something really special". For many in the Barça dressing room, Pep Guardiola's Manchester City are the odds-on favourites to win the Champions League this year.

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