Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola dreams of handing a national team sometime in the future claims his brother Pere.
The Spaniard got his coaching career started at FC Barcelona in 2008, and he has since then moved from glory to glory.
He was a serial winner at Bayern Munich except for the Champions League, and he has won the Premier League back to back for the Citizens.
Although, the 49-year-old was quoted to have said his chances of managing the Spanish national team were slim owing to Catalan roots but his brother thinks that could happen pretty soon.
Guardiola's current deal with Man City expires in the summer of 2021 but there's no plan to further extend his stay at the Etihad Stadium.
However, SunSport claims the former midfielder has been linked with two South American countries; Argentina and Brazil.
Pere, football agent - who has just opened a branch of his Media Base Sports company in Brazil - would not rule it out.
He told Globo Esporte: "Brazil has won everything with Brazilian coaches.
"I think you have good coaches, you don't have to have only foreigners.
"Pep has a dream of coaching a national team someday, but we'll see how it goes and whether he will receive an offer. "It is not something for the present."
Guardiola could return to Barcelona after the expiration of his deal next year but the Premier League outfit believes he will stay back and ignore his former club's interests.
Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas recently said the 49-year-old is the most tactical coach he has ever played for including Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger.
And City legend Vincent Kompany reportedly snubbed the chance to return to the Etihad to become Guardiola's No2.