Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti is unconcerned with who his side face in the UEFA Champions League Final, Daily Mail reports.
The Italian will travel to watch former side Chelsea take on Atletico Madrid at Stamford Bridge tonight after his ‘Galaticos’ booked their place in the final.
An amazing 4-0 away win over champions Bayern Munich now pits them as favourite to see them claim their 10th European crown at the showdown event in Lisbon.
Sergio Ramos and Cristiano Ronaldo grabbed a brace each to completely diminish the Germans’ hopes of becoming the first side to retain a Champions League trophy.
Now both possible opponents present interesting ties for Ancelotti – he’ll face his former employers in Chelsea while Atletico brings a Madrid derby finale.
Ancelotti, in a buoyant mood, said: “Chelsea have a lot of experience for this kind of game.
“On the other side, Atletico are a team with a lot of enthusiasm at this moment but it doesn’t matter.”
The ex-AC Milan boss was extremely pleased in the way they comfortably beat Bayern over the two legs.
“Unbelievable, I’m really happy,” he said.
“I think the first-half was fantastic. We did really well defensively, offensively, with the ball, without the ball. It was a perfect game I think, the first-half.
“I think the key of this game was the job that all the players made together. When we have this kind of thought from everyone, when you have quality, I think that this is the key to the game.
“We tried to do a little bit more than what we did in the first game. To put more pressure in front, to play quickly because we have this kind of quality. Everything was good.’