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BREAKING: Brazil 'Eyeing' Carlo Ancelotti as New Manager Following World Cup Exit

Following their surprising exit from the ongoing World Cup finals in Qatar, South American national team, Brazil is reportedly now on the lookout for a new head coach with Real Madrid boss, Carlo Ancelotti understood to be leading the race in what could prove a sensational move for both parties.

According to the latest reports from Brazil Journalist Bruno Andrade, the Brazilian football federation are considering hiring Ancelotti as their next boss with talks with the Italian tactician believed to have even taken place in the last few hours.

Meanwhile, it still remains to be seen what would happen afterwards with the former Paris Saint-Germain boss still at the wheels at the Santiago Bernabue where he is on an impressive run of form and certainly managing some of the most exciting talents in the world of football.

Aside from Ancelotti, the Samba team is understood to be keeping close tabs on Fernabahce head coach, Jorge Jesus.

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