Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has revealed he has a plan for Manchester United and Inter Milan.
Manchester City will play Manchester United in the FA Cup final before taking on Inter Milan in the Champions League final.
“After seeing United yesterday, I am really impressed,” Guardiola said at a press conference on Friday. “I would be careful anyway (on team selection) but after yesterday and the games recently, we are going to prepare the best we can.
“I have a plan for United and Inter. You have to prepare differently. I have to see how many players I have, if they are fit.”
Asked for his thoughts on Inter, who beat Fiorentina 2-1 to win the Coppa Italia on Wednesday, Guardiola added: “I would say I saw a little bit (of Inter) last week, but not this week. I’m more focused on United.
“I saw the game against Chelsea and I started to review what they have done. To prepare that game, and see which players we have at our disposal.”
Guardiola believes that his Man City players will benefit in their quest to win the treble if they can relax and disconnect as much as possible from football for a few days after the clash with Brentford.
“From my experience the best way to play finals, important ones, is to be as disconnected as much as possible,” said the 52-year-old. “I have to prepare for the final and watch videos, but I think we have to play like a regular Premier League game to be nearer our best level.
“We have played the last month one game a week with two days off. We needed to disconnect, physios, doctors, and chefs. They are here 10 hours a day to work with the players and help recover from this stressful period.
“That’s why you have to go with your families, play golf and do what you want. Quality time to prepare for the finals. Train a few times, but just do exactly what we need arrive in the best position.
“I’ll go home with my family. I don’t forget, but with the players here I demand them to be ready.”