The 19th UEFA Elite Club Coaches Forum will take place in Nyon tomorrow, and two Italian coaches will participate, Massimiliano Allegri (Juventus) and Maurizio Sarri (Napoli).
Here are the details according to a press release from UEFA
The 19th UEFA Elite Club Coaches Forum will take place at the House of European Football in Nyon on the afternoon of Wednesday 30 August (14.00-18.30CET). The forum, which will be chaired by UEFA Coaching Ambassador Sir Alex Ferguson, provides an opportunity for top European club coaches to exchange views on the major issues affecting European club competitions, as well as to discuss and make proposals to UEFA that may be of overall benefit to the European game.
A number of Europe’s leading coaches have been invited and among those who will attend, are:
Massimiliano Allegri (Juventus FC), Rafael Benítez (Newcastle United FC), Eduardo Berizzo (Sevilla FC), Sergio Conceição (FC Porto), Unai Emery (Paris Saint-Germain), Bruno Génésio (Olympique Lyonnais), Leonardo Jardim (AS Monaco FC), José Mourinho (Manchester United FC), Maurizio Sarri (SSC Napoli), Ernesto Valverde (FC Barcelona), Rui Vitoria (SL Benfica) and Zinédine Zidane (Real Madrid CF).
On the same day, UEFA President Aleksander Čeferin will also hold a round table discussion with former players in Nyon (11.00-13.00). Players in attendance include Xabi Alonso, Deco, Leonardo, Peter Schmeichel, Clarence Seedorf, Dejan Stanković, David Trezeguet and Javier Zanetti.
The meeting will offer the opportunity to hear the opinion of the main actors of the game on a wide range of topics in the domains of competition rules, laws of the game, football promotion, education and post-football activities.