Uefa seedings for the Champions League: 1. Real Madrid 2. Valencia 3. Barcelona 4. Manchester United 5. Bayern Munich 6. Deportivo La Coruna 7. Arsenal 8. Porto 9. AC Milan 10. Liverpool 11. Juventus 12. Internazionale 13. Roma 14. Lyon 15. Chelsea 16. PSV Eindhoven 19. Celtic 25. Rangers Arsenal and Manchester United have retained their place among the group of top seeds in the Champions League. But Liverpool and Chelsea will be in the pot of second seeds with the likes of AC Milan, Juventus, Roma and Inter. The seeding means Arsenal and United, if they qualify, will avoid holders Porto and Spanish sides Real Madrid, Valencia, Barcelona and Deportivo. Uefa changed their seedings to give more weight to how an individual club has performed in Europe in the past. Bayern Munich, Deportivo La Coruna, Porto join the Spanish trio, Arsenal and United in the top group of seeds. This means when the draw is made in Monaco on 26 August they cannot be drawn in the same group. But Real Madrid, Sir Alex Ferguson's team and Deportivo still have to win a two-legged qualifier first. Rangers, who also need to qualify, and Celtic are likely to be among the third pot of seeds. Uefa also revealed the draw for the third qualifying round of the tournament will see seeded sides drawn against unseeded teams. This means United and Liverpool will avoid major European rivals such as Real or Juventus as they seek to reach the final 32 teams.