A two-day Confederation of African Football (CAF) symposium is set to begin on Tuesday In Rabat, Morocco.
Officials, coaches and former stars have been tasked with plotting the future of football in the continent during the symposium.
The symposium is also set to include FIFA president Gianni Infantino, in which a new look Africa Cup of Nations and CAF Champions League competitions could emerge.
On Friday, a CAF executive committee meeting will host an extraordinary general assembly involving the 55 member associations, where changes could be adopted.
One of the changes which would be discussed is the issue of the timing, frequency and number of qualifiers in the Cup of Nations.
The scheduling of the tournament has been a source of frustration for European clubs, especially in England and France.