Roma coach Jose Mourinho is eyeing the Brazil national team managerial role.
Mourinho is interested in taking charge of the South American giants, despite Carlo Ancelotti being linked with the position next year when his contract with Real Madrid expires.
However, the Portuguese coach wants to manage the Selecao once his contract with the Serie A club ends at the end of the ongoing season, according to UOL.
Mourinho feels that the doors of top European clubs have shut for him and wants to take up a national team role in the future.
In a recent interview with TG1, the 60-year-old advised Ancelotti to continue at Los Blancos as he thinks the Italian is the perfect candidate to manage a club of their stature.