Ederson believes there is “a big possibility” Carlo Ancelotti will take over as the next head coach of Brazil.
Real Madrid boss Ancelotti has been touted as a contender to succeed Tite, who stepped down as planned after Brazil’s World Cup quarter-final defeat to Croatia.
Ancelotti is under contract with Madrid until the end of next season, while the Brazilian Football Confederation last month denied an agreement had been reached with the Italian.
However, speaking at a press conference ahead of Brazil’s friendly with Qatar 2022 semi-finalists Morocco, Ederson said he would not be surprised to see Ancelotti take charge.
Gran eliminatoria del equipo para seguir compitiendo por esta Champions. Ahora a preparar bien el Clásico. #HalaMadrid #UCL pic.twitter.com/wFCWt1ZnNG
— Carlo Ancelotti (@MrAncelotti) March 15, 2023
“I was discussing this with Casemiro, Vinicius Junior, [Eder] Militao. There is a big possibility that he comes,” said Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson.
Ancelotti has won 25 trophies across his 28-year managerial career, including four Champions League titles, two for Milan and two in separate spells with Madrid.
“Just look at his CV. We will know shortly whether he will be here or not,” Ederson said. “I hope we can have a new coach quickly.
“I feel the anticipation too because there’s too much speculation. Is it a Brazilian or a foreign coach? We are also living that phase of anxiety.”
Asked last month about the possibility of taking over from Tite, who spent six and a half years in charge of Brazil, Ancelotti said: “I have a contract with Real Madrid until 2024.”
Under-20 coach Ramon Menezes will oversee Saturday’s friendly with Morocco in Tangier.
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