European football chiefs will meet this month to discuss proposed reforms to present to the sport's governing body FIFA, including an age limit for the president and a restriction on the number of mandates he can serve.
UEFA, European soccer's governing body, says it will host a meeting of the presidents of its 53 members associations to analyse the proposals.
A working group which was set up to revise the FIFA statutes has proposed setting an age limit of 72 for the FIFA president and executive committee members at the time of their election, re-election or nomination.
It has also proposed limiting their mandates to two four-year terms.
Other matters under discussion for possible reform include the make-up of the International Football Association Board (IFAB), which makes decisions on changes to the rules of the game.
The IFAB currently consists of four members from FIFA and one each from the four British associations.