|Venue: Ataturk Olympic Stadium, Istanbul Date: Saturday 10 June Kick-off: 20:00 BST|
|Coverage: Live text commentary on BBC Sport website and BBC Radio 5 Live commentary from 18:30|
Manchester City will look to win the Champions League for the first time and complete the Treble when they play Inter Milan in the final at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul.
Pep Guardiola’s side have already won the Premier League and FA Cup.
It is the second time in three years City have reached the Champions League final, losing to Chelsea in 2020-21.
“We just need to find a way to win the first one,” City playmaker Kevin de Bruyne told BBC Radio 5 Live.
“If we could do that, it would be immense for the players, the club and the fans.”
Manchester United are the only English side to have won the Treble – Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League – achieving the feat in 1998-99.
City head into Saturday’s final in ideal form having lost just one of their past 26 games in all competitions and also going unbeaten in Europe this season, winning seven of 12 matches.
Guardiola is chasing European success for the first time since winning the competition in 2011 with Barcelona, with whom he also secured a treble two years earlier.
On paper, his City side appear even more formidable than that of Barcelona in 2008-09 – Barca, who lost once en route to the final, scored 32 goals and conceded 13 that season while City, with one game still to play, have scored 31 goals so far and conceded just five.
Asked about his success, Guardiola said: “I had [Lionel] Messi in the past and [Erling] Haaland now. This is my success. I am not joking, this is the truth.”
Inter, under Jose Mourinho, knocked Guardiola’s Barcelona out in the semi-finals on the way to winning a treble of their own in 2010, but this will be the Italians’ first meeting with City.
“This is the finish. The Champions League is an incredible competition,” added Guardiola. “It’s absolutely a dream, yes.
“To achieve things you always have to have the correct proportion of obsession and desire. It’s a positive word, willingness to try to do it, of course.”
Inter aim for fourth European title
Manchester City are the overwhelming favourites against three-time European champions Inter, who finished third in Serie A and won the Coppa Italia for a second successive season.
Inter are, however, not to be underestimated, having kept a tournament-high eight clean sheets in 12 matches so far, with goalkeeper Andre Onana their standout performer.
Simone Inzaghi’s side also possesses a potent strike force. Led by Lautaro Martinez, who has 28 goals and 11 assists from 58 games this season, the Italians also have former Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko and Romelu Lukaku – who has not started a game in Europe this season – to call upon.
“It’s my most important ever match, but I believe that’s also the case for my players, because we have players like Dzeko and Onana who have played in semi-finals,” Inzaghi said.
“It repays all our effort as it’s been a long, hard year.”
Argentina forward Martinez added: “I hope we can turn in a great performance, get a result and take the trophy to Milan. It’s a huge dream for us. It’s a very difficult one to fulfil but we are one step away.
“Personality is paramount. You must put all your heart into it, you have to have the will. We’ve brought that kind of spirit back to Inter, it had been missing for a while. I ask for personality and courage from us.”