Former Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp has offered his assistance to German and European champions Bayern Munich ahead of the Champions League game against Arsenal.
The QPR boss will allow Pep Guardiola’s side to use the club’s stadium facilities ahead of the last 16 first leg Champions League tie at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday.
The Daily Mail has revealed that Guardiola’s side will complete their final preparations for the game with a light training session behind closed doors at QPR on Wednesday morning.
“Barcelona, Manchester United and Brazil have all used the stadium to prepare for clashes in the capital in recent years. Redknapp had no hesitation in granting Guardiola’s side permission to use the club’s facilities in the lead up to their clash against Arsenal,” reads the Daily Mail report.
Arsenal will be going all out on Wednesday to take a first leg advantage back to Germany with them where they completed that famous win last season, becoming one of the only teams to win at the Allianz Arena all year.
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