Brazil’s Football Federation (CBF) is offering head coach Tite a new four-year deal, despite the five-times World Champion’s elimination in the quarter-finals.
According to the Brazilian website Globo, CBF is satisfied with the head coach’s work and is offering him a new contract.
The website added that Tite did not want to talk about staying or leaving the national team yet.
“I can’t say anything about the future. It is inappropriate at the moment,” Tite was quoted as saying. The 57-year-old took charge of Brazil in June 2016 helping the team qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup from the first place among the South American teams.
Under Tite’s management, Brazil have secured 20 victories and four draws losing only two games so far, including Friday’s defeat to Belgium.