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Saturday, June 17, 2023

Carlo Ancelotti will be Brazil's next coach, either this year or in 2024

Carlo Ancelotti will be Brazil's next coach, either this year or in 2024.

Federation boss Ednaldo Rodrigues insists that Carlo Ancelotti remains his Plan A and hopes that there will be a resolution by the end of the month. But it is not clear what this might mean. Ancelotti is under contract with Real Madrid for another year and says that he wants to stay. Los Blancos, as yet, have shown no sign of wanting to get rid of him.

Does that mean, as some in the Brazilian media are speculating, that Brazil will wait until mid-2024 for their man? Rodrigues does not seem to be denying it. Until then, Brazil will play six rounds of World Cup qualifiers, high profile friendlies against European opposition next March and will have prepared for the Copa America in the United States. Plus, of course, the two friendlies in this month's FIFA dates. Can they really leave a caretaker boss in charge for all of this?

Brazil are reportedly still hopeful that they can convince Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti to be their next head coach.

The five-time World Cup winners have spent the duration of 2023 searching for a new manager after Tite left his role following the 2022 World Cup.

Ancelotti has been continuously linked with the position over the last few months, and Brazil were confident of appointing the Italian. However, the Real Madrid manager has attempted to play down the speculation, maintaining his position that he will be at the Santiago Bernabeu this season.

Despite Ancelotti publicly making his stance clear, The Athletic are reporting that the Brazilian FA (CBF) still want to appoint Ancelotti as their new permanent head coach.

That would not be an easy sell. Current caretaker Ramon Meneses lacks experience and, perhaps even more to the point, he lacks results. His main function is to coach the under-20 team. Elimination by Israel in the recent U20 World Cup at that level hardly makes a convincing case for stepping up to Brazil's senior side. And back in March, in his first game in charge, he led Brazil to their first-ever defeat against Morocco

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