Liverpool's Mohamed Salah wants to play Real Madrid in the Champions League final this season.
In the 2018 final, the Reds faced Los Blancos, and Zinedine Zidane's side won 3-1 thanks to a second-half brace from Gareth Bale and a gift for Karim Benzema from Loris Karius.
Salah, who had a record-breaking debut season with Liverpool, was forced to leave the game in the first half due to a shoulder injury sustained after a powerful challenge from Sergio Ramos.
Salah revealed after Liverpool's 3-2 semi-final second leg win over Villarreal that he would prefer face Real Madrid in the final than Manchester City, according to reports.
"I want to play Madrid, I have to be honest," Salah said. "Manchester City's a real tough team, we've played against them a few times this season.
"If you ask me personally, I would prefer Madrid. We lost in the final before against them, I want to play them and hopefully we'll win."
If Real Madrid is to reach the final, they will have to overcome a 4-3 aggregate deficit versus City.
Carlo Ancelotti's side finished second-best at the Etihad Stadium, but they are still in the tie owing to additional heroics from Benzema, who scored a brace last week, and Vinicius Jr, who scored Real's other goal.
Real has won seven Champions League finals in a row and has not lost one since the competition was renamed from the European Cup.