UEFA update club ranking after latest European games – where Milan, Inter and Juventus sit

By Oliver Fisher -

UEFA have updated their official club coefficient ranking after the completion of the Champions League and Europa League round of 16. 

Milan were the better team over the two legs, earning a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford in the first game but succumbing to a 1-0 defeat in the return fixture as Paul Pogba’s goal early in the second half proved to be decisive. Injuries hurt Milan, who now must focus on a top four spot.

The Rossoneri – despite exiting the competition before the quarter-final stage leaving Roma as the only Italian team still in Europe – have risen ever so slightly in the rankings but are not anywhere near the top 20.

Below is the list, as relayed by MilanNews, as Milan have gone up from 53rd to 52nd…

1. Bayern 132,000
2. Real Madrid 122,000
3. Barcelona 122,000
4. Juventus 120,000
5. Manchester City 115,000
6. Atlético Madrid 115,000
7. Paris Saint-Germain 110,000
8. Manchester United 104,000
9. Liverpool 100,000
10. Sevilla 98,000
11. Arsenal 94,000
12. Borussia Dortmund 90,000
13. Chelsea 89,000
14. Tottenham 88,000
15. Porto 85,000
16. Roma 84,000
17. Ajax 81,500
18. Shakhtar 79,000
19. Lyon 76,000
20. Napoli 74,000
26. Inter 53,000
27. Atalanta 50,500
34. Lazio 44,000
53. Milan 31,000
100. Torino 14,916
101. Fiorentina 14,916
102. Sassuolo 14,916

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