The former Blaugrana supremo conceded that he will not root for Los Blancos and noted that he wants Pep Guardiola to commit his future to the Catalan club
The Santiago Bernabeu outfit are the only Primera Division club left in the tournament after Barca were eliminated by Chelsea 3-2 on aggregate, but Gaspart is refusing to root for Los Blancos.
"I could not care less about the game between Madrid and Bayern. I don't care if they are a Spanish team. I am anti-Madridista," he told COM Radio.
After Tuesday's 2-2 draw against Chelsea, Barca coach Pep Guardiola revealed that he is set to discuss his future with the club in the coming days, and Gaspart hopes that the 41-year-old will sign a new contract.
"What I want to know is whether Guardiola will renew or not," Gaspart noted. "The fans do not deserve to have doubts if he will continue or not.
"He must continue, I hope he will stay and that he will make the right choice."