Pep Guardiola has reportedly been offered the chance to take his first step into international football with Brazil
Brazil’s current coach, Tite, has announced that he would step down after the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, with Marca stating that the Brazilian FA has picked Guardiola to succeed him.
Man City manager Pep Guardiola has a contract with the club until the summer of 2023 and will almost definitely see it out. The Spaniard signed a new contract with City in 2022, becoming the Premier League club Guardiola’s longest ever tenure.
It is also possible that Guardiola may remain longer at City, although at a news conference earlier this year, he stated that he would like to coach a national team and that he would need a break after seven years at City.
“The next step will be a national team, yes, if there’s a chance,” Guardiola declared at the beginning of the season
“I must have a break after seven years (at City), I need to stop to watch, learn from other players and maybe that is the road I will take. ”
The Brazil position would check many of those requirements, and it is said that the former Barcelona manager has been given a four-year contract by the CBF, who are confident of luring him away from the Etihad Stadium after commencing negotiations with Pep Guardiola’s brother and representative, Pere Guardiola.
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