Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City will all be in the hat for the draw, after comfortably winning their groups with a match to spare.
Manchester United were knocked out after a 3-2 defeat to RB Leipzig on the final match day, to see Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side slip into the Europa League.
For the rest of England’s top clubs, they remain in the hunt for Europe’s biggest prize, with Liverpool hoping for a repeat of their 2018/19 campaign when they lifted the trophy for the sixth time in their history.
Atletico Madrid knocked Premier League champions Liverpool out at this stage last year and will be aiming for another big scalp against the Blues. Chelsea have arguably the toughest draw of the Premier League sides with Frank Lampard’s men set to face Atletico Madrid, who are second in La Liga after a fine start to the season.
Manchester City drew Bundesliga side Borussia Monchengladbach in the first round of the knockout stage and will be the happiest of the English sides.
Pep Guardiola’s side are aiming to win a maiden European crown after reaching the semi-finals in 2016. A colossal clash between giants Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain was drawn out of the hat with old Blaugrana team-mates Lionel Messi and Neymar pitted against each other. The tie of the round is arguably Barcelona vs Paris Saint German(PSG), where former teammates Lionel Messi and Neymar will come to blows in a mouth-watering clash.
Reigning champions Bayern Munich will take on Serie A side Lazio as they look to retain the trophy.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s Juventus will face Portuguese champions, Porto. After scraping through the group stage Real Madrid were rewarded with a tie against last season’s quarter finalists, Atalanta.
Prolific Europa League winners Sevilla, who progressed in second place behind Chelsea, will face Borussia Dortmund, who sacked their manager this weekend. Ties are set to take place on the February 16 and 17 before the second legs the following week on either February 23 or 24.