- Richarlison is said to have made a peculiar offer to Carlo Ancelotti should he become Brazil's boss
- The duo worked together for two years during Ancelotti's time in the blue side of Merseyside
- Ancelotti is said to be open to the possibility of coaching the record World Cup winners
Brazil are still in the hunt for a new Head Coach following the resignation of Tite after yet another disastrous World Cup campaign.
There have been talks of Carlo Ancelotti taking over with preliminary reports indicating that Real Madrid would be willing to let him leave. Lead striker Richarlison would be thrilled if that turned out to be a reality.
Ancelotti trained Richarlison during his spell at Everton. It has been reported by Brasil football that the striker has told the veteran manager that he would get a tattoo of his famous eyebrow raise if he joined Brazil's national team.
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There is possibly no figure in football with a signature facial expression like Ancelotti. His trademark eyebrow raise has become synonymous with his successes over the years. It became famous during Real Madrid's run to Champions League triumph last season.
The Los Blancos looked out and done in many stages of the competition, especially during their semifinal clash against Manchester City. However, Ancelotti inspired memorable comebacks before beating Liverpool in the final.
Ancelotti always cut a figure of a composed man in the technical area no matter how thick things looked on the pitch. Fans have always said that once he raised his right eyebrow, it was time to get to business.
It is perhaps this luck that Richarlison wants to be ingrained in the Brazil national team set-up should Ancelotti join. The South American giants last won the World Cup in 2002. In Qatar, they were eliminated by Croatia in the quarterfinals stage.
Analysing Richarlison's tattoos
Apart from his scoring exploits in Qatar, Richarlison's tattoos also attracted some spotlight. He had in the past expressed his desire not to get any tattoos but changed his mind after leading Brazil to Olympic gold last year.
Richarlison was the top scorer at the Tokyo Games and marked the fete by getting his name, the number 10, and the iconic medal inked on his left thigh.
His artist, Dom Tattoo has explained the thinking the former Everton striker puts into his tattoos.