Leonardo is ready for a challenge on the international stage.
Former AC Milan tactician Leonardo has revealed that he is available to fill the vacant coaching position in the Brazilian national team.
The Selecao are currently without a coach after Dunga was released from his responsibilities on Sunday. The 46-year-old had been the coach of Brazil for four years but failed to take the South American giants past the quarter-finals of the ongoing World Cup in South Africa.
Leonardo has now thrown his name into his hat. The 40-year-old coached the Rossoneri in the 2009-10 season but was released by the club after failing to win the Scudetto with the Diavoli.
“I would be available to coach Brazil,” Leonardo said to Sky Sport 24.
At the moment Leonardo is unattached to any club side.