Jose Mourinho, Arsene Wenger, Rafa Benitez, are part of a group of elite managers that attended a summit organised by UEFA in Nyon, Switzerland on Tuesday.
The purpose of the coaches forum is to discuss and make proposals to UEFA that may be of overall benefit to the European game.
The event is exclusively for manager who have taken charge of 100 Champions League matches, been part of last season’s last-16 or been in charge of one of last season’s final four in the Europa League.
Among those invited to this year’s event was Unai Emery but despite being confirmed to appear at the summit was nowhere to be seen in the group photo that featured his predecessor at Arsenal, Wenger, who left the Emirates after 22 years in charge.
Other top football bosses spotted at the event were Borussia Dortmund chief Thomas Tuchel and UEFA preseident Aleksander Ceferin.