The Selecao is about to make contact with Jose Mourinho, who Brazil is interested in recruiting to replace Tite.
According to a recent report from La Repubblica, Mourinho is now in Portugal to spend Christmas with his family.
The Brazilian national team’s middleman will depart from Sao Paulo in the coming hours as the Selecao searches for a manager capable of leading a star-studded squad.
In the past, Pep Guardiola turned them down because Carlo Ancelotti wanted to stay at Real Madrid.
The president of the Brazilian football federation, Ednaldo Rodrigues, has chosen to personally oversee the negotiations.
He has delegated the task of establishing contacts and determining the availability of the best coaches in the world to a strong international agent.
The Mourinho representative Jorge Mendes and the middleman get along great.
By the end of January, Brazil wants an answer, and Portugal reportedly wants to meet as well.
The story goes on to say that Mourinho isn’t entirely satisfied with Roma, the club’s goals, development, and some of the players’ attitudes.
Despite the fact that his contract is set to expire in 2024, he has been informed that resources are constrained due to FFP constraints.