Brazil looking set to replace Tite with Jose Mourinho

Brazil looking set to replace Tite with José Mourinho

Following their surprising elimination from the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, there are rumors that Brazil are planning to replacing their manager, Adenor Leonardo Tite, with Jose Mourinho, the coach of Roma.Brazil looking set to replace Tite with Jose Mourinho

Recall that after six years in command and a heartbreaking World Cup quarterfinal exit, Tite resigned as Brazil’s manager.

The 2018 finalists – Croatia eliminated Selecao from the competition by defeating them on penalties following a 1-1 draw.

After being ignored by Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti, the Brazilian Football Federation reportedly initiated negotiations with the Roma manager.

According to the source, Ednaldo Rodrigues, president of the Brazilian Football Federation, is believed to have dispatched a delegate to Europe in search of the top foreign coach.

According to the report, Ancelotti, who has a contract with Real Madrid till 2024, was considered a potential candidate for Brazil, but he has maintained that he won’t leave the Spanish powerhouses before that date unless he is fired.

MailOnline Sports also stated that La Republica, an Italian sports publication, reportedly revealed initial negotiations between Brazil and Jorge Mendes regarding a move for Jose Mourinho.

Given the excellent job Mourinho is doing at AS Roma, it will be intriguing to watch if he takes advantage of this opportunity.

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