Pep Guardiola has been approached for the position of international head coach, with stunning reports claiming that there is ‘growing confidence’ that he will accept.
Guardiola has worked wonders at Manchester City since taking over in 2016, guiding the club to incredible domestic success, winning three Premier League titles in a row.
Not to mention winning four EFL Cups and the FA Cup in 2019.
The 51-year-old is under contract with the Blues until the summer of 2023, with Spanish outlet Marca reporting that Brazil wants Guardiola to manage their national team.
The Brazilian FA is considering replacing Tete after the upcoming World Cup in 2022 and has contacted the Spaniard.
Pere, his brother and representative, has been informed of their intentions.
Brazil is said to have offered Guardiola a four-year contract with a salary of € 12 million (£10 million) after taxes.
He currently earns €20 million (£17 million) at Manchester City.