United and Liverpool played each other in the Europa League during Klopp's first season in charge.
A man who continues to head towards free agency while stuck on the sidelines posted on his personal blog: "It is has been another different week, without being able to play, but there are reasons to be optimistic". I said something to the staff to put the mask there but I couldn't find it. Hopefully I can rejoin the team soon. Thank you Emirates Stadium!
Jesse Lingard's goal celebration in Arsenal's recent FA Cup defeat to Manchester United acted as motivation for the Gunners as they secured victory in Sunday's Premier League clash between the top-four rivals.
"The only thing I would say is that if we go out, maybe the fans won't be exceptionally angry - 'How can that happen?' - because we still have a chance with the league".
And the Norwegian has certainly earned a shot at the hot seat, considering he has taken United from peering over their shoulders at the Premier League's "rest" to fighting for a top four place in the space of two months.
"I don't want that", Emery said when asked about the pitch invasion.
"With a 0-0, everything is clear: you have to win the game". They got to the final previous year, maybe they've got a score to settle with that.
"Bayern are going through a transition phase and their best players are still [Arjen] Robben and [Franck] Ribery. I think we can enjoy the support, today I think they helped us but we need to do it with respect".
"In terms of what you can control we should not be too disappointed". It is something hard to explain with just words.
Ferdinand has also backed the Reds to overcome Bayern Munich in European competition on Wednesday night.
He noted that his team managed to finish the game without any setbacks, adding that they would be ready both physically and mentally for their next game against Wolves in the FA Cup quarter-final action on Saturday.
Salah, who suffered a shoulder injury in last year's Champions League final defeat by Real Madrid, later said Liverpool were mentally prepared to take advantage if City lose their way in the home stretch of the domestic season.