Klopp believes in miracles while Ronaldo unlikely to start.
All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Spain as Real Madrid look to Gareth Bale to finish the job against Dortmund in Germany on Tuesday night.
– Gareth Bale brings fear. Real Madrid return to the inferno.
– The Welshman will lead the assault for a place in the semifinals in top form.
– The 3-0 in the first leg is a guarantee against a battling Dortmund.
– The home fans will show their support and make it a real pressure-cooker. Jurgen Klopp: “In football there are miracles”.
– Cristiano continues to suffer from injury and will not start. The Portuguese stopped training yesterday after ten minutes.
– Carlo Ancelotti: “We will not take risks with him”.
– Robert Lewandowski against Iker Casillas: Madrid’s executioner of last year warns: “We will put in everything and be aggressive”.
– Raul Garcia: “We want to die playing”.
– Xavi: “There are teammates in the Seleccion who have been unfair with Sergio Busquets”.
– Fernando Llorente triggers the debate for the number 9 with two golazos for Juventus.
– Gareth Bale to finish the job. The Welshman will lead Madrid in Dortmund.
– Klopp: “We must play with passion, we have to give everything”.
– Koke: “Sometimes at home you stop to think and realise what we are doing is something great”.
– Xavi: “It will be an authentic final: a game where two tough rivals come face to face”.
– Cristiano leaves training early as a precaution.
– Chelsea look for a comeback against PSG.
– Arab investor withdraws his offer for Valencia. Cerberus, Lim and some Russians are the most interested parties.
– Two goals from Aduriz brings Champions League football closer for Athletic.
– 500. Andres Iniesta to complete 500 games for Barca against Atletic.
– “We want to be in the semi-finals. We have to score at least one”.
– “La Masia is a family. I feel that people still believe in this team”.
– The 11 of Tata. He sets his team out in a 4-3-3 formation.
– Cristiano leaves training injured.
– Scandal in England with a new book about Jose Mourinho.