Manchester City and Juventus have become the latest teams to secure their place in next season's UEFA Champions League group stage, the Bianconeri clinching another Serie A title.
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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, Dortmund
ENG: Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City
ITA: Juventus, Roma
POR: Benfica, Porto
FRA: Monaco, Paris Saint-Germain
RUS: Spartak Moskva
UKR: Shakhtar Donetsk
While ten group stage berths will be decided via qualifying in the summer – and the winners of this season's competition and the UEFA Europa League will also have an impact – these 21 teams would, as it stands, be assured of a UEFA Champions League place next term.
- How the Europa League winners enter the Champions League
- All the latest league standings across Europe
*All based on provisional standings as of 21 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.
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.