Jose Mourinho “will be the next Brazilian national team coach and has already an assistant”, according to former Porto player

Jose Mour­in­ho is Brazil’s next coach and has already secured an assis­tant, says for­mer play­er Car­los Alberto.

Tite left the five-time world cham­pi­on after los­ing to Croa­t­ia in the quar­ter­fi­nals in Qatar.

And Alber­to, who scored Por­to’s goal in the 2004 Cham­pi­ons League final against Mona­co in Mour­in­ho’s Cham­pi­ons League final, reports the arrival of a Por­tuguese manager.

But not only that, Mour­in­ho has already told him to become an assistant.

Speak­ing on the Mun­do GV pod­cast, “To be hon­est, maybe Mour­in­ho will be the new man­ag­er of Brazil. It’s pub­lic news.

He is also said to “want him to work as an assistant.”

Mour­in­ho, 59, is under con­tract with Roma until the end of the 2023/24 season.

The Serie A giants are report­ed­ly inter­est­ed in sign­ing for­mer Chelsea, Inter Milan and Real Madrid players.

Roma are cur­rent­ly sixth in the Ital­ian league, three points behind Cham­pi­ons League qualification.

How­ev­er, The Mail reports that Mour­in­ho is con­fi­dent the club will not get in the way if the Brazil­ian’s posi­tion is to be con­test­ed again this summer.

He is also rumored to have a rela­tion­ship with the nation­al team of his native Portugal.

How­ev­er, Rober­to Mar­tinez, who stepped down as Bel­gium coach after the World Cup, is like­ly to take charge of the Euro 2016 champions.

Anoth­er per­son asso­ci­at­ed with the Brazil­ian nation­al team is Real Madrid coach Car­lo Ancelotti.

But the 63-year-old Ital­ian is unlike­ly to accept an inter­na­tion­al offer until the end of the season.

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