Champions League set to approve four group slots for top leagues – sources
The FC boys take a quick look at Manchester City’s upcoming Champions League match against Romanian side Steaua Bucharest. LONDON — The top four European leagues are set to automatically qualify four teams each to the group stage of the Champions League from 2018-19, according to multiple sources.
UEFA’s executive committee is expected to approve the measure when it meets later this month, sources said, part of a set of changes to the European competition that will be implemented for the cycle between 2018-2021.
The club competition committee, led by Fernando Gomes of the Portuguese Football Federation, had been involved…
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