Following Brazil’s surprise exit from The Copa America, the national side have sacked Dunga from first team coaching duties.
The former Fiorentina star captained the Brazil side who won the 1994 World Cup in America.
Following a disappointing 2014 World Cup, Dunga was announced as the national side’s coach for a second time.
The only trophy achieved by Brazil under Dunga’s second spell in charge was the 2014 Superclásico de las Américas where the side beat Argentina 2-0.
Brazil were recently knocked out of the Copa America in the group stages following a 1-0 defeat to Peru on Sunday. This is the first time the national side have left the competition in the group stages since 1987.
Dunga’s replacement will take over Brazil’s U23 squad for the summer Olympic Games held in Rio de Janeiro.
The new manager will also continue with Brazil’s 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign which see’s the national side in sixth place in the South America qualifying group.