Tottenham Hotspur, Juventus’ opponents in the Champions League last 16, have moved top of the UEFA club rankings.
Tottenham finished first in their group, above Borussia Dortmund and defending champions Real Madrid, while Juve were forced to settle for a runners-up spot.
Consequently, they are the only team to have at least 20 points in the coefficient table, with the Bianconeri dropping to 11th.
Roma, however, fall to 10th, despite winning their pool ahead of Chelsea and Atletico Madrid.
Napoli’s demotion to the Europa League sees them tumble to 36th, leaving them below Atalanta (18th), Lazio (25th) and Milan (33rd).