Sources suggest Dunga is about to be named Brazil boss
Former Brazil head coach Dunga is being tipped to take on the role again, according to reports emanating from the country, four years after leaving the same post.
The 50 year-old is the favourite to replace outgoing Luiz Felipe Scolari, and a source close to new general team manager Gilmar Rinaldi is quoted as saying: "He is the frontrunner in the list and things are moving forward satisfactorily."
"There were important meetings that took place in Sao Paulo, and Gilmar is fine tuning details already."
Scolari left his job after a humiliating end to his tenure in the form of a 7-1 World Cup defeat at the hands of eventual winners Germany and 91-times capped Dunga appears to be in the box seat to take over.
As a player, he lead Brazil to their fourth World Cup triumph in 1994, before going on to lead the national team to the 2009 Confederations Cup.