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Ronaldo's Juventus set to face Manchester United in tough Champion League draw

Ronaldo's Juventus set to face Manchester United in tough Champion League draw

- The Champions League draws for the 2018-19 season has been conducted

- Cristiano Ronaldo will make an emotional return to Manchester United

- Barcelona and Liverpool have also been placed in tough groups respectively

The Champions League draws have finally been held in Switzerland as teams will be aiming for glory in the elite competition.

All 32 teams have been shared into eight groups as this season's showpiece is set to begin in September.

Cristiano Ronaldo will be making an emotional return to Old Trafford as Juventus will be taking on Manchester United in Group H with Valencia and Swiss side Young Boys.

Defending champions, Real Madrid will be locking horns with last season's semi finalists Roma, Russian side CSKA, and Vitoria Plzen in Group G

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Spanish champions, Barcelona have been grouped alongside Tottenham, PSV and Vitoria Plzen.

Premier League champions Manchester City will square off with Shakhtar Donetsk, Lyon and Hoffenheim in Group F.

Last season's finalists Liverpool will have a tough one against Paris Saint-Germian, Carlo Ancelotti's Napoli and PSV.

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Below are the other teams and groups in this season's Champions League

Group A

Atletico Madrid

Borussia Dortmund


Club Brugge

Group B




Inter Milan

Group C




Red Star Belgrade

Group D

Lokomotive Moscow

FC Porto

Schalke 04


Group E

Bayern Munich



AEK Athens

Group F

Manchester city

Shakhtar Donetsk



Group G

Real Madrid

AS Roma

CSKA Moscow

Vitoria Plzen

Group H


Manchester United


Young Boys

Meanwhile, had earlier reported that Real Madrid trio of Keylor Navas, Sergio Ramos and Luka Modric have won the Champions League's best goalkeeper, defender and midfielder respectively.

Los Blancos captured their third consecutive Champions League trophy on the bounce with Zinedine Zidane recording a 3-1 victory over Liverpool in the finals.

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