The 2017/18 Champions League group stage as it stands

Manchester United have become the latest team to secure their place in next season's UEFA Champions League group stage, with automatic spots still up for grabs in Italy and Turkey.

Paul Pogba (C) of Manchester United celebrates with team-mates after scoring the opening goal during their UEFA Europa League final against Ajax
Paul Pogba (C) of Manchester United celebrates with team-mates after scoring the opening goal during their UEFA Europa League final against Ajax ©AFP/Getty Images

What would the 2017/18 UEFA Champions League group stage look like if Europe's major domestic leagues ended now? This is how things are shaping up.*

ESP: Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atlético Madrid
GER: Bayern München, RB Leipzig, Borussia Dortmund
ENG: Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City, Manchester United**
ITA: Juventus, Roma
POR: Benfica, Porto
FRA: Monaco, Paris Saint-Germain
RUS: Spartak Moskva
UKR: Shakhtar Donetsk
BEL: Anderlecht
NED: Feyenoord
TUR: Beşiktaş
SUI: Basel

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Champions League finalists Real Madrid have qualified
Champions League finalists Real Madrid have qualified©Getty Images

While ten group stage berths will be decided via qualifying in the summer, these 22 teams would – as it stands – be assured of a UEFA Champions League place next term.

*All based on provisional standings as of 24 May with the access list decided by the UEFA association club coefficient rankings as of the end of 2015/16. Line-up for next season's UEFA Champions League will be subject to final confirmation by UEFA in the summer.

**UEFA Europa League winners

A new system of qualification for the club competition will begin for the 2018/19 season with the top four nations (Spain, Germany, England and Italy) each receiving four automatic UEFA Champions League group places.