Thierry Henry, Jamie Carragher and Peter Schmeichel disagree on Champions League result

Liverpool, Manchester City and Bayern Munich have all been singled out as potential Champions League winners, with European champions Chelsea snubbed by several pundits

Liverpool and Man City both aspire to European glory
Liverpool and Man City both aspire to European glory

Thierry Henry, Jamie Carragher and Peter Schmeichel all disagreed about their winners of the Champions League.

The last eight are in full swing with Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool all flying the flag of the English side real Madrid and Bayern Munich are both still in the running. The Blues are looking to become the second team in the Champions League era to defend their crown – but none of the trios back them to even reach the final.

Carragher believes his former side will lift the trophy for the second time in three years after their triumph in 2019. He predicted a final between Liverpool and Manchester City, as did Henry, but he believes it First League Champions will beat their domestic rivals in Paris.

Schmeichel, meanwhile, believes neither England side will reach the final and predicts both will be eliminated in the last four as they attempt to juggle European and domestic challenges. The Dane believes Real Madrid and Bayern Munich will make it to the last game, with the Germans set to win their seventh European Cup.

He continued CBS sports : “There is too much going on between Liverpool and Man City. Too much pressure. Real Madrid and Bayern are so far ahead in their leagues, they can rest players, they can prepare for it. Man City and Liverpool cannot do that.” However, Carragher contradicted his explanation.

A win for Madrid would make Carlo Ancelotti the first manager to win the Champions League four times. In 2014 he led Los Blancos to European glory. Meanwhile, Julian Nagelsmann is aiming for tournament victory in his first year at the Allianz Arena.

Robert Lewandowski and Bayern have their sights set on another Champions League


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Pep Guardiola’s side are looking to do even better than last year after losing the Porto final to Chelsea. The Catalan hasn’t won the Champions League since his Barcelona days and continues to be criticized because it has been neglected in Europe. Manchester City meets Atletico Madrid in the first leg.

Liverpool have one foot in the last four after beating Benfica 3-1 away. Jurgen Klopp said after the win: “The tie isn’t over because it’s half-time and we know that. We knew at half-time today that it wasn’t over.” The Reds are on the same side of the draw as Bayern and Villarreal. The winner of City and Atletico meets either Real Madrid or Chelsea.

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