Ederson, the goalkeeper for Brazil, made a tremendous statement when he entered the press room. When asked about the likelihood of Carlo Ancelotti taking over as coach of the “Selecao,” the goalkeeper for Manchester City responded that “there is a good chance that he will come” and that they will strive to do so “as soon as possible”.
Brazil’s national team has already begun practicing for this Saturday’s friendly match against Morocco. The “Selecao” camp is, however, plagued by one problem: who will serve as their new coach?
In the media briefing, Ederson attempted to address the following issue bluntly: “Ancelotti? Vini, Militao, and Casemiro and I talked about it. They assured me that he is exceptional, well-liked, and successful. We’ll see in the near future if he’s here or not”.
The Manchester City keeper continued, “There’s a good chance he’ll come, of course, so we’ll be eager for that result to arrive as soon as possible.
The entrance of Ederson’s coach, Pep Guardiola, who was also a possibility, received the following reaction from the Brazilian: “I even commented and laughed, but he said there was no chance. He just recently extended for two more seasons while claiming to have no chance. Given all the rumors, I can’t wait for the coach to be revealed. I hope they do so quickly.