Bartomeu: Winning the CL would be an honour
Luis Enrique's men are looking to win a fifth European crown and complete a treble this season and the club's president hopes they lift the trophy again
Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu says that the club's fifth Champions League title would be an honour for him.
The Catalans have already won La Liga and the Copa del Rey this season and can seal their second treble in just six years in Saturday's European final when they take on Juventus.
Bartomeu is delighted with the progress Luis Enrique's side have made this season but is determined to add the final title in Berlin.
"Football is not easy and that's why I tell everyone that the double is spectacular," he told Cadena Ser.
"We've done a great job but the Champions League would be an honour.
"In 2011 I was vice-president and it was a final that everyone in the world will remember but this year, we have a slightly different team and I have the responsibility of being president.
"I want to see some of the best players in the world lifting the trophy."
Barca face a presidential election this summer but Bartomeu is refusing to name a date for the vote.
"There is no date for the elections. I don't want to talk about it until we finish the season. I don't fix the date."
The Camp Nou side meet Juve at 20.45CET on Saturday.