Carlo Ancelotti is set to become the Brazil manager at the end of the 2023/24 season.

The President of the Brazilian FA confirmed yesterday that the Italian well be appointed ahead of the Copa America, once his contract with Real Madrid comes to an end.

Ancelotti has enjoyed success at some of the world’s biggest clubs and Everton fans were left in awe when he joined the Toffees in December 2019.

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The 64-year-old guided them to a 12th and 10th place finish, as well as a Carabao Cup quarter-final, before resigning from his position to return to the Santiago Bernabeu.

Ancelotti will look to earn his second La Liga title and his third Champions League with Real Madrid next season before he leads Brazil to the Copa America in the USA.

Richarlison could be a huge player for Brazil under Carlo Ancelotti

Carlo Ancelotti’s appointment will see him reunite with ex-Everton forward, Richarlison.

The 26-year-old enjoyed his most prolific season in Ancelotti’s first campaign in charge – claiming 15 goals and four assists in all competitions.

Richarlison has already been linked with a move to Real Madrid since joining Tottenham Hotspur last summer and has been the subject of praise from his former coach.

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Only months into his tenure at Everton, Ancelotti told evertontv: “Richarlison was a fantastic talent before me [Ancelotti’s arrival last month] and will be a fantastic talent after me.

”He has skills and ability… power and strength and speed. He is really the complete striker.”

Ancelotti is clearly a huge fan of Richarlison and the Brazilian will be raring to impress once his appointment his made official.

The former Watford man already set tails wagging at the World Cup as he netted three goals in four games, while Ancelotti could prefer him to Gabriel Jesus up top.

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