Brilliant Bayern Munich completed a stunning Champions League semi-final mauling of Barcelona to set up a final against Borussia Dortmund
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– PSG midfielder Javier Pastore
I would be sad if he leaves. I've had a very good relationship with him in the 18 months that we've worked together.
But those are the sorts of things that happen in football. You have to be ready for it."
I would like him to stay, he's done great things for the club.
But it's up to everyone to make their own decisions.
We've had a very positive year in both the league and the Champions League. It was difficult at the start, but it's ended positively.
– Pep Guardiola talks ahead of his Bayern Munich gig next year
"I was happy at Barcelona. I had a wonderful relationship with the people I worked with.
"I am very proud to have been part of Barcelona, but life goes on and we need to pursue other goals.
"I felt a very large peace with myself when I left. I did the best I could.
"Everything has a beginning and an end. And the end comes when you discover that it's enough.
"When you make the decision to leave a club, it's better than when the decision is taken for you."
Arjen Robben set his sights on lifting the Champions League trophy after helping Bayern Munich complete an 'amazing' 7-0 aggregate semi-final drubbing of Barcelona.
– Bayern Munich's Arjen Robben speaking to Sky Sports 2.
Now we're in the final. It's the third time in the last four years, but it's time to win it now!
It's going to be a big one. Dortmund have proven over the last two, three years that they are a very good side. It's going to be a big game again which will be decided by the small details.
Lionel Messi is on the bench for Barcelona's Champions League semi-final 2nd leg against Bayern Munich at the Nou Camp, where the Catalan giants need to overturn a 4-0 deficit.
Messi has been battling a hamstring problem in recent weeks.
The four-time reigning world player of the year scored in Saturday's 2-2 draw with Athletic Bilbao after appearing as a second-half substitute but Barca coach Tito Vilanova has decided not to risk him from the outset tonight.
Instead, Vilanova has given a start to Spain international David Villa.