Rio de Janeiro: Brazil coach Dunga met Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho as part of a short European tour by the Selecao hierarchy.
The two men shared a meal in southwest London Friday, accompanied by Brazil's technical director Gilmar Rinaldi and assistant manager Andrey Lopes, reports Xinhua.
"They had a long discussion and exchanged information about Brazilian players in Europe," ESPN Brasil reported.
The Brazil delegation was also given a guided tour of Chelsea's Stamford Bridge facilities.
Mourinho's squad currently includes four Brazil internationals - Oscar, Willian, Filipe Luis and Ramires.
Dunga, Rinaldi and Lopes were due to watch Chelsea's home clash with West Bromwich Albion Saturday before attending Arsenal's duel with Manchester United at the Emirates Stadium.
The trio will watch the Crystal Palace-Liverpool fixture at Selhurst Park Sunday.
Earlier in the week Dunga and his colleagues visited Borussia Dortmund and conversed with the German club's manager Jurgen Klopp.