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Inter, AC Milan and Napoli have all moved up in the UEFA club rankings after the final round of Champions League matches, which saw the Milanese clubs contest a tasty Derby della Madonnina in the semi-finals.
The UEFA club rankings are based on the results of clubs that have participated in the previous five editions of the Champions League, Europa League and Conference League, and the results determine the ranking in the competitions draws.
Of the three rising Italian clubs in the European table, Inter came out on top, ranked 10th overall in Europe, having jumped 12 places from their previous ranking of 22nd. Despite their exit at the hands of AC Milan, Napoli is also on the rise and now occupies 20th place, an increase of five places from the last ranking. AC Milan have also moved up considerably since the last table was published and are currently ranked 35th in the coefficient table, an improvement of 11 places. Elsewhere, Juventus have maintained their previous ranking of eighth overall in Europe, while Roma have done the same and remain in 11th place. UEFA also released the current season’s European soccer rankings, in which Napoli is fourth overall across the continent, Inter is sixth, AC Milan seventh.
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