Paris Saint-Germain who were last year finalist have been paired with holders Bayern Munich in the Champions League quarter-final draw released on Friday.
Liverpool will aim to repeat the 2018 finals where they face Real Madrid who have won a total of 13 Champions League trophies so far.
Fellow Premier League opponents Manchester City will entertain Borussia Dortmund who are set to make record with its squad consisting of very young potential players including their main striker Erling Haaland.
- Juventus bundled out of Champions League by 10 man Porto
- Barcelona bundled out of Champions League by PSG
- Haaland scored a double as Dortmund held Sevilla to qualify
Thomas Tuchel side Chelsea will have an uphill to beat Porto as they continue with their impressive run following the signing of the former PSG coach.
The draw comes a day after the Europa League qualification round that saw Tottenham suffer a humiliating defeat by Dinamo Zagreb who overturned a first leg 2-0 defeat.
Arsenal was beaten even though they progressed on aggregate following their 3-1 win in the competition.