Without a club since he was fired from Flamengo in July this year, Rogério Ceni has since prioritized a new challenge in the soccer European. Spain and Portugal are the two markets that most appeal to the coach.
Despite having received some polls from Brazil in recent weeks, including the Athletic Paranaense, Ceni does not completely close the doors to a stay in the country, but he understands, together with his coaching staff, that breathing new air at this stage of his career is a better step.
At 48 years old, the former goalkeeper and idol of São Paulo is in favor of being the current champion of the Brasileirão, with Rubro-Negro, which ends up weighing on an eventual negotiation with a club from the Old Continent.
Rogério Ceni, it’s worth remembering, started his career as a coach at São Paulo, having later passed through Cruzeiro and Fortaleza, where he had two successful spells and won four titles, one of them being the Serie B of Brasileirão, in 2018.