The Bianconeri centre-back is sure his team have the talent, quality and desire to overcome the Bundesliga winners and make it into the Champions League's last four
The Bianconeri lost the first leg in Munich 2-0 but the Italy defender insists his side have the confidence and motivation to win the tie to progress to the semi-finals.
"We want to play a great game, we believe in our chances and we'll believe in it to the end. We will leave the field without any regrets, whatever happens," he told a press conference.
"We know we're up against a great side, but we know we can do well, too.
“We're very motivated to turn it around, everybody wants to. We can feel it in the city and now it's up to us to deliver."
The last meeting between the two sides in Turin was back in 2009 when Bayern emerged as 4-1 winners.