Juventus Vice-President and it’s legend Pavel Nedved commented on UEFA Champions League quarterfinal draw, which allocated the Italian side as Barcelona opponent.
“We’re ready. This tie comes at the right time, the team are growing,” Nedved told UEFA official website.
“We must respect Barcelona, but not too much so it doesn’t result in fear, and play against them toe-to-toe.
“The return leg at Camp Nou? No matter where the games are, both will be difficult,” the Vice-President concluded.
Important to note, that thi tie is a repetition of 2015 UCL final, where Barcelona proved stronger (3-1).
The first-leg between the teams will take place on Tuesday, April 11. The second-led is planned on Wednesday, April 19.