UNAI EMERY, manager of moneybags Paris Saint-Germain, believes Celtic pose a threat to his team’s Champions League aspirations.
The Spaniard, now in his second season in charge of the French giants, said: “I’m happy with the draw.
“Firstly, to be competitive in the group, you have to accept the result of the draw. The most important thing for us in this group is to be at our best.
“Bayern Munich are a very strong team. We’ll be the two favourites. After that, there are two teams who’ll want to pull off a surprise.
“Celtic are a very dangerous team at home. They have a great history, like Anderlecht, for whom we have the utmost respect.
“We want to show how strong we are in this group. Our aim is to finish top, with all the respect we have for the other three teams, three clubs with great histories.”
PSG’s Qatari chief executive Nasser Al-Khelaifi added: “I think it’s not an easy draw, there are great clubs with us: Bayern Munich, of course, but also Anderlecht, against whom we played a few years ago, and Celtic, a prestigious club.
“But we want to play each game to win it. That’s our aim.”
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