Famous Brazilian coach Tite is back in the spotlight, but this time it’s not to lead a national team.
After leaving the position of coach of the Brazilian national team following the World Cup in Qatar, Tite has made it known that he wants to return to club pitches, preferably from January 2024.
The gaúcho coach, free on the market since his departure from the Seleção, was recently approached by several national teams, European and Middle Eastern teams, but he made a surprising choice by deciding to stay behind and devote time to his family and friends.
A decision that surprised many of his admirers, but which also shows his determination to choose the project that suits him best. The information comes from the Brazilian media UOL.
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Corinthians on the lookout
Corinthians have already tried twice to bring back Tite in the first half of this year, but he politely declined their offers. Additionally, foreign clubs, such as Olympiacos in Greece, Fenerbahçe in Turkey and Orlando City in the United States, were also rejected by the 62-year-old coach.
Tite is aware that his name is currently highly valued behind the scenes at Corinthians and Flamengo. This situation is largely due to the inconsistent performances of Vanderlei Luxemburgo at Corinthians and Jorge Sampaoli at Flamengo.