Former Brazil manager Mano Menezes in no hurry to return to work
Mano Menezes was Brazil's manager from 2010 until 2012, when he was replaced with Luiz Felipe Scolari.
He was sacked shortly after Brazil's title in the Superclásico de las Américas tournament.
The manager has since then been linked to different clubs, such as Flamengo, but he is not willing to return now.
Mano Menezes' agent Carlos Leite talked to cable TV channel Sportv about his client's future, he said: "Sooner or later he will work again, Mano is 50 years old, he is a mature man, he makes his own decisions. I don't need to call the clubs to offer him to them, this is an easy job, so there is no need to do that. There were offers recently, but he has other projects".
The agent also added that he talks with clubs without manager, he said: "We don't talk with clubs that already have a manager, that's how Mano [Menezes] does and I think it's right the thing. He runs his career correctly. Too much is made up, there is nothing about him managing any team. He wants to work in Europe, but I don't know if this is a project for this moment".