Tottenham Hotspur stalwart Gary Lineker is relishing the prospect of a Champions League final contested by two managers dismissed by Chelsea. Real Madrid chief Carlo Ancelotti, who was given his marching orders by Blues owner Roman Abramovich in 2011, oversaw an emphatic 4-0 aggregate victory against holders Bayern Munich to secure safe passage to next month’s final in Lisbon. Tonight’s second last-four clash sees Chelsea take on La Liga leaders Atletico Madrid at Stamford Bridge, with the tie poised at 0-0 from the showdown in Spain. Jose Mourinho returned to the west London outfit at the start of the campaign for a second spell in charge, having been fired in 2007. Former England striker Lineker feels an Ancelotti versus Mourinho plotline would add extra spice to the European Cup’s climax. He said on Twitter: “We could well have a Champions League final between two clubs whose managers have both been sacked by Chelsea.”Read more Chelsea transfer news.