Leonardo: 'Not enough Brazilian managers in Europe'Leonardo (left)
Former Brazil star Leonardo believes that the standard of Brazilian coaches is dropping drastically.
The 45 year old is now director of football at Paris Saint Germain and highlighted the lack of Brazilian managers in Europe.
"It's complicated ... Beyond Dunga for the national team, cite me a Brazilian coach today exercising in Europe? There are none. There are Argentines, Simeone Atlético at Madrid, Pochettino at Tottenham and Bielsa at Marseille. A Chilean, Pellegrini at Manchester City and a Uruguayan, Poyet who used to lead Sunderland ... all South Americans are there, apart from Brazilians."
Leonardo will hope this doesn't affect the national side who play France on Thursday.