Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal and Newcastle United will compete in next season’s Champions League.
United have secured their place in the Premier League top-four after a thumping 4-1 win over Chelsea at Old Trafford. It means Erik ten Hag has delivered a return to Europe’s elite club competition at the first time of asking.
City could enter next season’s competition as the holders. They face Inter Milan on June 10 in Istanbul as Pep Guardiola hopes to finally get his hands on the Champions League trophy again.
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As things stand, the exact line-up for the Champions League is unknown with plenty of domestic leagues ongoing. However, there are a fair amount of teams that have qualified and using coefficient rankings, we can work out which pot they would be placed in.
So, how could next season’s Champions League line-up look? MEN Sport takes a look at how things stand.
Potential Champions League pot seedings as it stands
Teams in bold are confirmed for their respective pots already regardless of other factors. The rest are subject to change.
Pot 1: Manchester City, Barcelona, Napoli, Bayern Munich, Benfica, PSG, Feyenoord or Inter (depending on Champions League final result), Roma or Sevilla (depending on Europa League final result)
Pot 2: Real Madrid, Manchester United, Juventus, Borussia Dortmund, Atletico Madrid, RB Leipzig, Porto, Inter or Arsenal (depending on Champions League final result)
Pot 3: Arsenal or Feyenoord (depending on Champions League final result), Shakhtar, RB Salzburg, Lazio, Red Star Belgrade. Potential inclusions via the qualifying stages include Dinamo Zagreb, Rangers and Braga
Pot 4: Celtic, Newcastle United, Real Sociedad, Union Berlin, Lens. Potential inclusions via the qualifying stages include Galatasaray and Young Boys