Akhisar boss Roberto Carlos recently revealed that he wants to become manager of Brazil in the future.
Carlos stated that he may not have a lot of experience coaching yet but that he has learned of some of the best in the game – including England manager Roy Hodgson during his time at Inter.
The 42-year-old also cited Vicente Del Bosque, Luiz Felipe Scolari and Fabio Capello among his mentors.
“I’ve learned something from all the coaches I’ve worked with: [Mario] Zagallo, [Carlos Alberto] Parreira, [Vicente] Del Bosque, [Fabio] Capello, [Luiz Felipe] Scolari and Roy Hodgson,” Carlos told Folha de Sao Paulo.
Carlos won three Champions League titles playing for Real Madrid as well as the European Super Cup and Intercontinental Club Cup.
The former Real Madrid legend also had an illustrious international career. Carlos lifted the 2002 World Cup as well as the 1997 and 1999 Copa America for Brazil.
The 42-year-old was also successful in Turkey winning two Turkish Cups with Fenerbahçe before returning to the country as manager of Sivasspor.
Carlos now coaches Akhisar who find themselves in 11th place in the Süper Lig.