Ahead of a potential showdown on May 19, the former Germany international is bullish, claiming his former club have what it takes to dethrone the CatalansBayern Munich legend Franz Beckenbauer feels his former club have what it takes to win the Champions League.
As the Bavarian giant prepare for Wednesday's quarterfinal clash with Marseille, the Kaiser feels that if it can advance past the French side and the winner of APOEL and Real Madrid, it will be favorites in the final, regardless of the opposition.
When asked by Sky at a PR event about Bayern's prospects for silverware this season, Beckenbauer said his former club could win two trophies.
"The DFB-Pokal I can imagine, maybe even the Champions League is feasible," he said.
When asked whether Bayern could overcome Barcelona should both sides reach the final, the former Germany international highlighted a key advantage in the fact that the match will be played at the Allianz Arena in Munich.
"If you play at home in the Champions League final, you are favorites - even against Barcelona," he explained.
Before the final, Bayern faces a potential clash with Spanish giants Real Madrid.
"I think it will happen," Beckenbauer said of the tie. "It is a manageable task as Madrid play football like everyone else."
Before it can consider the final or even the semifinal, however, Bayern must win its tie with Marseille. The first-leg clash is scheduled for Wednesday at the Stade Velodrome.