Joachim Low ‘is eyeing a shock return to international management with Brazil’ as the former Germany boss emerges as a candidate to take over from sacked Tite

Former Germany coach Joachim Low is interested in a shock return to international management with Brazil. 

According to BILD, Low wants to become the permanent successor to Tite, who stepped down after the World Cup in Qatar.

Low hasn’t managed since stepping down from the Germany job following their exit from the delayed Euro 2020 competition held in June 2021.

He was in charge of Germany for 15 years and guided them to World Cup glory in 2014.

Ramon Menezes is currently the interim manager of Brazil, who were knocked out of the Qatar World Cup at the quarter-finals stage.  

Former Germany manager Joachim Low wants to return to management with Brazil

Former Germany manager Joachim Low wants to return to management with Brazil

Low previously had spells in charge of club sides in Germany, Turkey and Austria, but now appears to favour international management.

Prior to being appointed as Germany boss in 2006 he was the team’s assistant manager. 

After becoming Germany boss, in addition to his aforementioned World Cup success, Low also guided the side to Confederations Cup glory in 2017. 

Germany also reached the final of Euro 2008 and finished third at the 2010 World Cup.

Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has also been linked with the Brazil job.

Low recently stated his desire to return to management.

Low is interested in replacing Tite, who left his position as Brazil coach after the World Cup

Low is interested in replacing Tite, who left his position as Brazil coach after the World Cup

Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has also been heavily linked with the Brazil job

Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has also been heavily linked with the Brazil job

Speaking to Kicker, he said: ‘I already have the intention of taking on a task in football again.

‘The fun in this sport is too much for that.

‘I feel motivated again when I watch football now – that wasn’t the case for a few months.’

He then added: ‘If I feel a task appeals to me, I’m ready and attack again.’



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