On Monday morning, the Champions League Round of 16 draw was revealed and there are some spicy matchups on the way for fans to enjoy. Here at Signables, our teams PSG, Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea remain in the hunt.
So, what's next for our squads in the knockout stages? We've got all the info for you below.
PSG-Barcelona Champions League Round of 16
In easily one of the most intriguing matchups of the Round of 16, Barcelona and PSG will face off. PSG of course made the final last year and will have to go through the Catalonian giants to get back to the quarterfinals.
This pairing certainly is intriguing, especially since it will mark the return of Neymar Jr. to face his old club in Catalonia. The second Neymar arrives to the Nou Camp, you better believe millions of fans across the world will be tuning in. The two teams will face off first on Feb. 16, with the second leg on March 10.
Manchester City-Borussia Monchengladbach Champions League Round of 16
The luck of the draw was pretty darn sweet for English Premier League giants Manchester City. That's because Pep Guardiola and his men have been paired with Borussia Monchengladbach. City will enter both matches as massive favorites.
The first leg of the matchup is set for Feb. 24, with the second leg all set to be played on March 16.
Liverpool-RB Leipzig Champions League Round of 16
As for the reigning English Premier League champions, Liverpool will be taking on German giants RB Leipzig in the Round of 16. Leipzig clinched its spot to the knockout stages after stunning Manchester United 3-2 during the last game of the group stages.
For Liverpool, they had little trouble finishing at the top of their group. Now, they'll take on RB Leipzig on Feb. 16 and March 10.
Chelsea-Atletico Madrid Champions League Round of 16
Another highly-anticipated battle will be the showdowns between Chelsea and Atletico Madrid. Last season, Atletico traveled to England to take down Liverpool and knock them out of the tournament. Will they be able to do the same to Chelsea in 2020-21?
Blues fans everywhere certainly hope that won't be the case. The first leg is on Feb. 23, while match No. 2 is on March 17.