Bayern Munich have touched down on Spanish soil ahead of their bid to turn around their Champions League quarter-final tie with Real Madrid on Tuesday.
The Bundesliga giants, who trail 2-1 from last week's first leg in Bavaria, landed in Madrid on Monday lunchtime and will train at the Bernabéu in the evening.
Bayern ace Lewandowski fires Real warning
And Robert Lewandowski will be among the Bayern players to step out for the session, with the Pole telling Bild before leaving Germany: "I'm ready to play".
Lewandowski says he's fully recovered from the shoulder issue that ruled him out of the opener, and is set to take on a Real defence depleted by injuries and with Sergio Ramos and Nacho a booking away from suspension.
Boateng and Hummels doubtful for Bayern
Meanwhile, defenders Jerome Boateng (thigh) and Mats Hummels (ankle) are fitness doubts for boss Carlo Ancelotti, who returns to the home of the club he coached from 2013 to 2015.
The Bayern players landed in Spain convinced they can overturn their first-leg deficit, with playmaker Thiago Alcántara tweeting: "Never give up".
Ancelotti, Lahm and Alonso to talk to media
Ancelotti will speak to the press at 18:30 alongside captain Philipp Lahm and ex-Real midfielder Xabi Alonso, before the German champions train at 19:00.
Recommended in English
- NFL How and where to watch Broncos vs. Chiefs
- NFL Who plays Sunday night football tonight, week 13
- NFL What's the problem with Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins?
- LALIGA Barcelona: Gavi taken to hospital with concussion
- NCAA How much money do NCAA football coaches make?
- COVID-19 What is the natural rate of unemployment formula?