The manager says his side will be a lot stronger than Juventus and Barcelona.
Ahead of the all-German Champions League final on May 25, Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp tells opponents Bayern Munich his side are the strongest team they will have faced in the tournament.
Bayern knocked out four-time winners Barcelona in the semi-finals 7-0 on aggregate, as well as beating Italian champions Juventus 4-0 over two-legs in the quarters.
Yet Klopp has declared that Dortmund will not just roll over like those two sides and that his team are a much more difficult prospect to beat.
“Bayern kicked Barca and Juve out of the stadium, they could hardly find the exit,” the two-time Bundesliga winner was quoted on goal.com.
“That isn’t possible with us. We are an unpleasant opponent for every team on this planet.”
If Dortmund were to triumph over Bayern it would be only the second time in their history they have lifted the trophy – winning their maiden Champions League back in 1997.
Victory would confirm Klopp as a truly top European coach, as he has led his side to two German league titles in three years and masterminded their route out of a tricky Champions League group this season that included Real Madrid and Manchester City.
It will be no easy task for the 45-year-old however, as Bayern snatched the Bundesliga trophy back from their rivals with a record six games spare this season and Jupp Heynckes’ men look in fantastic form.
The Champions League final will be played at Wembley Stadium on May 25.