Spanish and English clubs have a monopoly on the price of the Champions League final after the end of the group stage matches on Wednesday.
There are four clubs from Spain in the final round: Barcelona, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and Valencia.
The same applies to the English presence in the final price represented by the four-legged Liverpool (title holder), Tottenham (runner-up), Manchester City and Chelsea.
While there are three clubs from Germany: Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund and Leipzig, and the same applies to Italian clubs with the presence of Juventus, Atlanta and Naples teams.
There are two teams from France, Paris Saint-Germain and Lyon, in the final round.
Dutch, Belgian, Portuguese and Turkish clubs were absent from the final price of the continental championship.
The most prominent absences from the final price round were the Galatasaray Turkish, Inter Milan, Ajax Amsterdam and Benfica, not qualified.
The draw for the 16th round of the UEFA Champions League is scheduled for this 16th, and will be held at the UEFA headquarters in the Swiss municipality of Neon.
The 16 qualifying teams will be divided into two groups, one for the top groups and the other for the holders.
The regulations of the European Football Association (UEFA) require the qualification of the qualified teams with the accompanying teams in the group, and also depend on the principle of geographical separation, which does not allow two teams from one country to face the final price.