Manchester City are clear favourites at 19/4 in bwin’s Champions League winner odds following a favourable draw for the group stage.
The Premier League title holders have never lifted this trophy but are as short as 1/5 to top pool F ahead of Lyon, Hoffenheim and Shakhtar Donetsk.
Director of football Txiki Begiristain believes the Blues are ready to go all the way in Europe’s elite club competition.
He said on the club’s website: “We want to be stronger in Europe and we want to have the opportunity to fight for this Champions League.
“We are getting close but we want to be closer than last season and we want to be there.”
The Reds are 8/5 to advance as pool winners but Jurgen Klopp told his club’s website: “I expected a difficult group, we have a difficult group and that’s what the Champions League is all about.
“PSG are one of the most exciting teams in the world and I think their target is to win the Champions League, so that will be two interesting matches.
“Napoli, we beat them in pre-season but it goes without saying these two games will be completely a different challenge.”
Kane up for Nou Camp challenge
Harry Kane said on the Spurs website: “It’s a brilliant draw, games at famous stadiums like the Nou Camp, the San Siro, it’s a really good draw, one to relish.
“We showed people last season that we can compete at this level, particularly when you look at the games against Real Madrid, who went on to win the tournament.
“Barca will be a different test but to play in the Nou Camp against some of the best players in the world, it’s fantastic to play in these types of games.”
Real Madrid can be backed at 17/2 for a fourth straight triumph in bwin’s Champions League winner odds after being pitted against Roma, CSKA Moscow and Viktoria Plzen.
Former Real star Emilio Butragueno told the club website: “We know it’ll be tough, but we’re excited to be able to defend the title for another year.
“We have faith in our players, they have shown their competitive spirit and we’ll do all we can to bring more joy to our fans.”
Bayern Munich, Benfica, Ajax and AEK Athens make up Group E, with the German giants quoted at 8/1 to go all the way.
Atletico Madrid’s bid to reach the final held at their Wanda Metropolitano home starts in Group A against Borussia Dortmund, Monaco and Club Brugge and the Europa League holders are 12/1.
Group D looks the easiest of the eight, with Lokomotiv Moscow, Porto, Schalke and Galatasaray drawn together.
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