Bayern Munich star Leroy Sané is optimistic about facing Arsenal in the Champions League tie at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday, according to Bild.

The first leg of the quarter-final tie at the Emirates ended in a 2-2 draw and the winger won a penalty, which was converted by Harry Kane.

There were concerns over the 28-year-old’s involvement against Arsenal after he missed the weekend league clash against 1.FC Köln.

Bayern Munich manager Thomas Tuchel is hopeful that Sané will be fit on time when his side take on the Gunners. He also insisted the Bundesliga side will do everything they can to make the Germany international available for selection.

“With Leroy, it would be dubious of me to make a prediction. That wasn’t enough today. We’ll try to prepare him tomorrow, Monday and Tuesday with treatments and medication. We’ll do everything we can again to make sure he can play on Wednesday,” he said.

The former Manchester City man is ‘more optimistic’ of facing Mikel Arteta’s side and Bild also got in touch with him for an update on his availability for the European tie.

When asked whether he can play against Arsenal, Sané told Bild: “I hope so. It should work out!”

On Sunday, the player started light training and did an individual session. The report adds he was initially cautious, before doing a few exercises, both with and without the ball.

Meanwhile, Kingsley Coman will miss the clash against Arsenal after suffering an injury setback against Köln. Bayern, via TZ, have confirmed the 27-year-old Frenchman will be out of action for “several weeks”.