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Pep Guardiola would be an ideal coach for Brazil as his style of play would benefit the likes of Neymar and Vinicius Junior, according to Julio Cesar. 

Brazil are on the hunt for a new boss with Tite leaving the role after the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, and Guardiola has been linked with the position.

The Catalan is under contract at Manchester City, who he could lead to Premier League glory on Sunday, until June 2023 but has previously expressed a desire to move into international management.

Julio Cesar thinks he would be a great fit for the Selecao as his possession-based approach would help Brazil’s most talented players.

“He has all the qualities to do it. He is one of the best in the world, his style of play is very Brazilian,” Julio Cesar told Stats Perform courtesy of Enterprise Rent-A-Car. 

“Everyone knows that Brazilian players love to keep the ball; the majority of them also play in Europe and they are learning to play better on the pitch.  

“We have so much quality on the Brazilian national team: Neymar, Raphinha, [Lucas] Paqueta, Vinicius Junior. All these players are very talented and having a manager like Guardiola would give these players the opportunity of playing the ball more. 

“Every player would love to work with a manager like him. It wouldn’t be a bad idea, although we also have really good managers in Brazil. He is a big name in the football world and it wouldn’t be a bad thing having him representing our national side. I like the idea.” 



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