Ludovic Giuly, formerly of Monaco and Barcelona, was at the Champions League draw on Friday morning in Nyon to represent the "smallest team" left in the competition.
The 40-year-old said, "Juventus are a very difficult opponent but all of the teams left in the semi-finals are massive teams. We are the smallest team, but we will fight in the two games. We are very happy, they have a great team and we have no experience but we will see how it goes."
Giuly says he did not have any preference as to who Monaco faced as all of the teams "have experience in Europe" but said "we will see what happens in 15 days."
"We are having a very good season and we are happy to be in the semi-finals. Juventus is a city close by and we are happy. Barcelona went there and fell and you can not do that in the Champions League."
On the teenage sensation at the centre of all of the biggest transfer news, Kylian Mbappé, Giuly says: "He has a contract with Monaco and he is going to be here for another year, there has to be complete calmness with him, he has a lot of talent and we are happy with him."