Tottenham can look forward to a second straight Champions League campaign, but won’t find the coming UCL competition easy.
Though Tottenham Hotspur has finished the premier league on a high note, they could face Barcelona, Bayern Munich or even Real Madrid in the Champions League group stages this coming season.
Pochettino’s men can look forward to a second straight Champions League campaign, but they may have to work harder.
Spurs will be in pot three provided Manchester United defeat Ajax on Wednesday.
Manchester United will be in the pot two (provisional) which also consist of Porto, Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Manchester City, provided Jose Mourinho’s men beat Ajax in the Europa League final – while Sevilla would be the eighth side should they come through their play-off.
This means Tottenham could face Barcelona and Bayern Munich in the same group, or even face trips to Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain in the group stage.
Meanwhile, Liverpool will be in the port 3 (provisional) as well, should they come through their play-off in August. Other teams in the pot 3 are Napoli, Basel, Dynamo Kiev, Olympiacos, Anderlecht and Ajax – depending on events in Stockholm on Wednesday.
Teams from the Premier League will be aspiring to improve on a poor performance in the 2017/2018 UEFA Champions league competition. In the past five seasons, England have provided just four quarter-finalists, compared to Spain (15) and Germany (nine) while France (six) are also ahead.
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