The Italian champions are currently second in Group B with six points from five matches and will progress to the last 16 as runners-up with a draw against the Turkish giants.
"It will be very fiery in Istanbul, but we put ourselves in this situation and have to deal with it," he told Sky Sport Italia. "Our destiny is in our hands, so that is the important thing, as we don't have to rely on anyone else's results. Our DNA does not allow for calculations.
"We are going there to win and that is the only way we know how to play. If Galatasaray do better, then we will applaud them, but we are incapable of sitting back and waiting for opponents to come at us.
"We took the game to Bayern Munich, Chelsea and Real Madrid, so we'll do it to Galatasaray - that is beyond doubt."