England has four candidates to win the Champions League in the 2021/22 season, with the likes of current holders, Chelsea, who look to have improved significantly under Thomas Tuchel, as they are currently fighting with Manchester City and Liverpool for the Premier League title, whilst putting in some impressive displays in the group stages, such as their 4-0 victory over Juventus.
Meanwhile, City were beaten finalists under Pep Guardiola last year and will be desperate to go that step further and win the trophy altogether, replicating what the likes of Liverpool did in 2019, by reaching back to back finals and winning the latter. The Citizens are arguably the best team in England, having won the Premier League title in three of the last four seasons and it seems like a matter of time before they have some European glory.
As mentioned above, Liverpool won the trophy in 2019 against Tottenham in the final at the Wanda Metropolitano and will be looking to try and win what would be their seventh European Cup/Champions League. Jurgen Klopp’s side have certainly put in some impressive displays in the competition, having finished top of Group B with 18 points from six games, ahead of the likes of AC Milan, FC Porto and Atletico Madrid.
The fourth and final English team in the competition is Manchester United, who will be seen as outsiders, but, having seen their current Interim Manager Ralf Rangnick to the semi-finals in 2011, whilst also having an impressive crop of players with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Bruno Fernandes, Jadon Sancho, Marcus Rashford and Raphael Varane in the squad, there is every chance that they could shock the tournament and come away as winners despite their troubles, as Chelsea did last season.