Juventus are at serious risk of not playing the Champions League next season.
Having already surrendered their Serie A title to Inter, Andrea Pirlo’s side lost 3-0 to Milan to leave them fifth with three games remaining.
The Juventus board has been a driving force behind the now-failed European Super League, as have Liverpool and Tottenham – both of whom struggle to qualify for the top European competition next season.
The Reds are six points behind fourth in the Premier League, while Spurs are seven. This means Mohamed Salah and Harry Kane may also not be listed.
Here, talkSPORT.com takes a look at some of the best players in the world who might miss strutting around Europe’s biggest stage.
Cristiano Ronaldo – Juventus
With three games remaining, Juve face champions Inter as well as top-flight Atalanta, followed by Bologna on the final day.
Ronaldo and the Champions League go hand in hand, with the forward being the competition’s top scorer with 134 goals.
Mohamed Salah – Liverpool
Liverpool have already lost their Premier League crown and can no longer play in a competition won in 2019.
At the time of writing, the Reds are sixth with four games to go and are just six points behind fourth-placed Leicester.
Salah could then seriously consider playing for Real Madrid, as has been said if Liverpool were to be content with Europa League football next season.
He scored 11 Champions League goals en route to the 2018 final and another 15 over the next three seasons, including five en route to victory against Tottenham in 2019.
Harry Kane – Tottenham
Spurs only qualified for the Europa League last season and it ended quite disastrously when they were thrown out by Dinamo Zagreb.
This season, Tottenham are seventh in the standings and are losing the battle to play European football.
Kane will be vital for any chances the club have to finish higher, but if that fails, the England striker could leave this summer.
Man United and Man City have both been linked with a move for the player.
Erling Haaland – Borussia Dortmund
The German side was never a part of the European Super League’s plans and may have watched with glee when it all unfolded just 48 hours after it was announced.
They would have been offered a place, but they didn’t want to be in it, as did their compatriot Bundesliga club Bayern Munich.
Dortmund, however, face the prospect of missing out on the Champions League next season.
It would mean that one of the best strikers in world football, Erling Haaland, would miss out.
Haaland, 20, has been sensational since entering the scene last season with Red Bull Salzburg in the Champions League group stage.
Dortmund are currently fourth, but are only one point ahead of Eintracht Frankfurt and in their last two league games Mainz and Bayer Leverkusen.
Their rival for the last place, meanwhile, has matches against Schalke and Freiburg.
Sergio Aguero – Unknown
The most marked striker is leaving Manchester City this summer and his next destination is unknown.
During his career with City and Atletico Madrid, he has scored 41 goals in the Champions League and he will want to hit 50 before he retires.
Barcelona appear as the favorites to sign him this summer when he is available for free.