Fluminense coach Abel Braga unsure if he will stay with the champions next season
Fluminense head coach Abel Braga is unsure if he will continue to coach the newly crowned Brasileirão champions next season.
Braga, 60, joined the Rio giants in 2011 but it is understood that he has been approached to go back to Internacional, the club where he won the Copa Libertadores and Fifa Club World Cup, beating Barcelona 1-0 in the final, back in 2006.
The coach had previously said that he would stay at Fluminense for the 2013 season, but in an interview with Rádio Guaíba he admitted the lure of Porto Alegre is pretty strong.
He said: "Sure, I'll analyse the offers but will not choose based on the dollars.. My family did not want to leave and when it comes to Inter, my family loves the club and Porto Alegre. Still, I will decide my future. The feeling (with Inter) is very strong."
Braga has previously revealed that he would love to coach Inter again before he retires, but admits that he's a better coach now than he was when he first went to club from Rio Grande do Sol.
"I've arrived at a level a little higher as a coach. Know that I am the supporter forever red. I'll make my decision this week. Know that yesterday (Sunday) the fans said that I should stay (in Fluminense). I'll weigh the pros and cons. "