The Chelsea boss was given a two-match touchline ban from UEFA for comments about the Barcelona game in the knockout stage of the Champions League.
He watched the first leg quarter-final tie against the Germans from the health suite at Stamford Bridge, but, while not on the touchline for the return match, he will be at the stadium.
He said: "I've decided what I will do on Tuesday.
"I'll be somewhere in the stadium. I will be in the stands, in a box, or maybe in the VIP tribune."