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Sterling admits he was happy Liverpool won the Champions League

Itv

'We are galvanised and we will go again': Celtic boss Neil Lennon wants a response from his players after shock midweek Champions League exit

Daily Mail

Moise Kean: ‘What I want is to bring Everton into the Champions League’

The Guardian

Man City boss Pep Guardiola suggests Liverpool’s Champions League win was lucky

METRO

Arsenal to qualify for Champions League thanks to David Luiz, Chelsea to miss out - Merson

EXPRESS

Man City all in for the Champions League? Too risky, says Guardiola

One India

Harry Kane: I'm still not over Champions League final defeat

The Telegraph

MANCHESTER CITY V TOTTENHAM: A typically ruthless start for the Premier League champions in London... but Mauricio Pochettino's side showed last season they can be victorious

Daily Mail

Premier League 2019/20 predictions: Champions, top four, relegation, best signing, biggest flop, VAR and more

The Independent

Champions League draw 2019: When is group stage draw, live stream and TV information, seedings and odds

The Independent

Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo And Five Liverpool Players Among Nominees For Champions League Positional Awards

Outlook india

Manchester City All In For The Champions League? Too Risky, Says Pep Guardiola

Outlook india

AFC Champions League: Xavi all set to make his coaching debut for Al Sadd

my Khel

Van Dijk interview: Liverpool's Ballon d'Or hopeful on Champions League glory, challenging Man City

ESPN FC

Premier League squad preview: Pain of Champions League final defeat will fuel Tottenham's season

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ISL league toppers may get Asian Champions League 2021 qualifiers slot

Hindustan Times

5 reasons why Arsenal can qualify for the Champions League this season

Sportskeeda

I-League clubs not ready to hand AFC Champions League slot to ISL

India Today

Arsenal promised Nicolas Pepe they will make immediate return to the Champions League

METRO

Ajax start the Champions League in the third qualifying round. Is that fair? | Simon Burnton

The Guardian