Real Madrid Coach Zinedine Zidane has “good memories” of his time at Juventus and believes the Champions League final is a special one.

“As a Coach you feel the pressure more,” Zidane told the press conference ahead of the final.

“There are a lot of people and they let you know how important this match is. It’s important to play finals, and this is a nice moment.

“Would I Coach Juve? I’m here, and I’m just thinking about what I’m doing here. I was at Juve for five years and I have good memories, this final is special.

“Juve will play their final and we’ll play ours, it’s important that we see a good game.

“I don’t think you can say Juve defend better and Real Madrid attack better than Juve, but finals are there to be played.

“There’s not much difference between the two teams, that’s why we got to the final.

“We’ve done the hardest thing, which is getting to the final, we’ve done it well and we’re happy. Then there are no favourites in a final, they have a good team but it’s 50-50.

“We just want to play a great game and then we’ll see what happens.

“Is Paulo Dybala their most dangerous player? Yes, but they have a lot of good players. There’s Higuain,  Alves, a lot of Juve players are strong.

“There are three or four others we could talk about, but they’re all good.

“Am I afraid of Juve? I said I didn’t want to play Juve in the Last 16. Now I have no choice.

“We always believe, we’ve come to the final and achieved great results thanks to hard work. My players believed, they fought and they got their reward in the end.

“It’s a final, the 90 minutes will be different. They’re good at the back and we’ve scored a lot, but that has nothing to do with the final. This year the two best teams are in the final, and as always we’ll see a great match.

“It’s the last game of the season for us, and in my opinion it’s the most important. We’ll prepare it with the same dedication, and nothing will change from the matches we’ve already played.

“We’re very happy to have reached the final, we’re aware of how difficult it is but we’ve worked hard and we deserved it.

“The team is fine, there are now four days left, four training sessions, and we’ll focus on what we have to do.

“It makes no difference to us if they play with three or four. If Dani Alves plays further forward or further back, it doesn’t change anything.

“Juve play well in both formations, we’ll try to hurt our opponents and then we’ll see what happens.

“We’re happy that Bale has returned to the team,

“I’m happy to see that he’s fit and has no problems. We’ll prepare for the game all together, and we’re ready.

“Everyone’s available, so I have to make a choice from the 23 who are available to me, who will play and who will go on the bench.

“There are others who might not even be called but who have had an extraordinary season. For me this is the toughest decision, right I can’t say what I’ve decided or not decided.”