Vicente del Bosque defended the standard of Spanish football after LaLiga clubs missed out on European success.
Both European finals will be played between English clubs, with Liverpool and Tottenham meeting in the Champions League and Chelsea facing Arsenal in the Europa League decider.
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But former Spain and Real Madrid coach Del Bosque defended Spanish clubs, pointing to their recent record in Europe.
"Well, if you saw the last 20 years, the Spanish clubs have won 50 per cent of the Champions League titles," Del Bosque said on Tuesday.
"Also, we've had very good performances of Sevilla and Atletico, who win the Europa League.
"Villarreal, Deportivo La Coruna and others contributed to a great hegemony of Spanish football during the past two decades."