Bayern Munich's Arjen Robben wary of Paulo Dybala threat ahead of clash
Arjen Robben has promised Bayern Munich will pay special attention to Juventus star forward Paulo Dybala in Tuesday's Champions League round of 16 clash between the two clubs.
Dybala has been a revelation since joining Juventus from Palermo last summer, and was a fundamental figure in the Bianconeri's recent 15-match win streak in Serie A, scoring a number of game-winning goals during the run.
Though the 22-year-old Argentine has yet to score in the Champions League this campaign, Robben told a Monday news conference that the German champs will be wary of the threat the Juve No. 21 poses to their advancement hopes.
"We know that Dybala is a very talented player who can make the difference," Robben said ahead of Bayern's first leg in Turin.
"We will make sure we are well prepared for him. But he is not the only player who has been in good form. It is all about the team performance."
Juventus striker Mario Mandzukic will face his former team on Tuesday, two years after being allowed to leave the Bavarian club for Atletico Madrid in the summer of 2014.
Robben says he's eager to reunite with his former teammate.
"I think it will be a very special game for Mandzukic," Robben said.
"We are looking forward to meeting him again. He was part of the team that won the Treble.
"He will give his all to help Juventus to a good result, but we know him well."