Real Madrid have kept their top spot in the latest UEFA coefficient rankings, with the competition set to return for the new season next week.
The former champions continue to hold the grip on their spot despite a not-so-convincing campaign last season, with City rivals Atletico jumping above Barcelona and Bayern to second.
Last season's champions Liverpool are eighth and are joined in the top 10 with three other Premier League sides in Manchester City (6th), Arsenal (8) and Manchester United (10).
Tottenham Hotspur, who lost to Liverpool in the finals have climbed up the log to 12th, two spots above London rivals and Europa League winners Chelsea, who are 14th.
The coefficients are based on results from the previous five years in Uefa competitions.
Here are the top 20 teams;
- Real Madrid
- Atletico Madrid
- Bayern Munich
- Man City
- Paris Saint-Germain
- Man Utd
- Borussia Dortmund
- Shakhtar Donetsk