Nyon - FC Bayern München have been drawn against Portuguese side FC Porto in the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League.

Pep Guardiola's side thumped FC Shakhtar Donetsk 7-0 in their last-16 second-leg tie to book their place in the last eight of the tournament for the 14th time in their history. bundesliga.com will be bringing you all the reaction to the draw in Nyon, Switzerland.

Meanwhile, VfL Wolfsburg will Serie A club SSC Napoli in the last eight of the UEFA Europa League.

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE QUARTER-FINAL DRAW:

Paris St. Germain - FC Barcelona
Club Atletico de Madrid - Real Madrid CF
FC Porto - FC BAYERN MÜNCHEN
FC Juventus - AS Monaco FC

UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE QUARTER-FINAL DRAW:

FC Sevilla - FC Zenit
Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk - FC Brügge
FC Dynamo Kyiv - AC Fiorentina
VFL WOLFSBURG - SSC Napoli

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That concludes our live coverage of today's Champions League and Europa League quarter-final draws. We'll bring you more reaction to Wolfsburg's last-eight tie with SSC Napoli as soon as we get it. Head back over to our Matchday bulletins for that, as well as the build-up to the weekend's Bundesliga action. Thanks for joining us and bis nächstes Mal!

Dates set
Wolfsburg will play the first leg at home on 16 April, before heading to Naples for the second leg on 23 April. The Italians, who are currently coached by Rafa Benitez, are currently fourth in Seria A.

Here we go then.

UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE QUARTER-FINAL DRAW:

FC Sevilla - FC Zenit
Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk - FC Brügge
FC Dynamo Kyiv - AC Fiorentina
VFL WOLFSBURG - SSC Napoli



This year's Europa League final takes place in Warsaw, Poland. Club Brügge, Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk, Dynamo Kyiv, Fiorentina, Napoli, Sevilla and Zenit are all trying to get there...

Confirmation that the first leg of that Champions League quarter-final tie will take place in Porto on 15 April, with the second leg to be held on 21 April.

Head coach Pep Guardiola: "All Porto's players are of great quality. There's a great atmosphere there and they have a nice stadium. They move the ball from back to front very quickly and are physically very strong. We have great experience, though, and we're looking forward to the tie."

Having beaten Internazionale Milano 5-2 in the last 16, Wolfsburg will be confident of securing their name in the draw for the semi-finals of the Europa League, no matter who they are drawn against this afternoon. Kevin De Bruyne (r.) in particular has been in scintillating form for the Wolves, who booked their place in the last eight with a 3-1 win in Milan last night.

Manuel Neuer: "We can be happy with the draw. The atmosphere in Porto is always fantastic. It won't be easy for us over there with their fans behind them, but we know what to expect. We want to book our place in the semi-finals."

"Portuguese teams are technically very gifted. Porto in particular have some very fast players. The important thing is that we play to our strengths. We know that we'll have the majority of possession, particularly at the Allianz Arena. We have to focus on our strengths and if we do that, we can reach the next round."

Thomas Müller (l.): "We have to be on our toes. Porto are a very good side and reached the last eight fairly easily. It'll be a difficult tie for us, but I don't want to say much more at this stage."

Philipp Lahm: "We've got the second leg at the Allianz Arena, so I think our chances of getting through are very good."

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE QUARTER-FINAL DRAW:

Paris St. Germain - FC Barcelona
Club Atletico de Madrid - Real Madrid CF
FC Porto - FC BAYERN MÜNCHEN
FC Juventus - AS Monaco FC

FC Bayern board chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge is also confident of progression to the semi-finals, no matter who his side are drawn against in the last eight. "There are some very good teams left in the tournament," he said. "But I have a feeling the other sides will be happy to avoid us in the draw. We are held in high regard by the rest of Europe."

Like most of the Bayern squad, Mario Götze is eagerly anticipating today's draw. However, the 22-year-old doesn't mind who the Bavarians are pitted against in Nyon, saying: "We'll take whoever we get. We can't influence the draw ourselves and, from the quarter-final onwards, every match is like a final. That's why it doesn't matter too much who we face in the next round."

In the last five years of the Champions League, the German Bundesliga has produced 40 per cent of finalists, with Spain's La Liga and the English Premier League lagging behind with 30 and 20 per cent respectively. England still sits second ahead of Germany in UEFA's coefficient rankings, but Bayern could help close that gap with a prolonged run in this year's competition. The fact that this year's final is being held in Berlin is, of course, an added incentive for the Bavarians.

There are no seeded teams or country protection in this round, meaning all eight teams clubs in the competition could face each other in the last eight. Apart from FC Bayern, Paris Saint-Germain, AS Monaco FC, Club Atletico de Madrid, Real Madrid CF, FC Barcelona, FC Porto and Juventus FC are all in the pot for the quarter-finals. Can't imagine many of those teams would be keen on facing Pep Guardiola's charges, though.

Bayern may be the last Bundesliga club standing in the Champions League, but Schalke 04 and Bayer Leverkusen in particular did the division proud in their last-16 ties. The Royal Blues went within a whisker of knocking holders Real Madrid CF out of the competition, while die Werkself exited the tournament on penalties after a closely-fought tie with Spanish champions Club Atletico De Madrid. Dortmund, meanwhile, were beaten 5-2 on aggregate by Juventus FC.

Hello and welcome to bundesliga.com's live coverage of the UEFA Champions League quarter-final draw. After Borussia Dortmund, Bayer 04 Leverkusen and FC Schalke 04 all bowed out of the competition at the last-16 stage, FC Bayern are Germany's sole representative in the last eight. The record titleholders will be hoping to keep the Bundesliga flag flying high in the next round, but who will they be pitted against? Stay tuned to fine out...