Manchester City will taken on the defending German Bundesliga Champions, Bayern Munich in the quarter-finals of this Season's Champions League after being paired together at the UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland on Friday.
Following the Champions League quarter-finals draw between Manchester City and Bayern Munich, Bayern Munich attacker, Leroy Sane has taken to Twitter to send message to his former Club, Manchester City.
After the Champions League draw on Friday afternoon, Leroy Sane tweeted: "See you soon, @ManCity - looking forward to it"
This tweet from Leroy Sane saying he is looking forward to Bayern Munich quarter-final tie against Manchester City has attracted reactions from Football fans, one of which was from Manchester City.
Replying Leroy Sane's tweet, Manchester City wrote: "See you soon, Leroy!"
You will recall that the German international left Manchester City for Bayern Munich in 2020, having made 135 appearances for Manchester City across all competition, scoring 39 goals and 45 assists.
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