After the end of the Champions League and Europe League group stage, Italian teams have confirmed themselves as protagonists in European competitions. Juventus is shining, being the best Serie A team: The Bianconeri are in 5th spot overall with 120 thousand points, behind Real Madrid, Bayern, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid.
Roma are the second placed Italian team in 12th place but one step away from the top ten: 79,000 points for the Giallorossi, only 7 thousand less than Arsenal in 10th. The club from the capital has earned nine positions in a year (21st at the end of last season). Napoli are in 16th, a position higher than last year, while Fiorentina are in 37th, Lazio in 39th (three positions lower). The masterpiece, however, is Inter's jump: Spalletti's team, despite the elimination in the group stage of the Champions League, is in 55th place, gaining 30 positions compared to last season. AC Milan fell from 53rd position to 76th because of the five-year calculation from the 2013/14 exit.
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