Internacional have announced that Paulo Roberto Falcao has been sacked as coach after just three and a half months at the helm.
Falcao took over as Inter coach from Celso Roth in April following the shock Copa Libertadores exit at the hands of Jaguares.
However, on the back of three straight league defeats, Falcao finds himself sacked, along with vice president of the club Roberto Siegmann.
Falcao, who won the Brazilian championship three times as a player with Inter, could be replaced by former Brazil boss Dunga.
"Now we want a coach who has strength and determination but those who can lead a team like Inter can be counted on one hand," said club president Giovanni Luigi.
"Dunga is a leader and has shown a good knowledge of football with the national team. Above all, he is also a coach who is available."
Falcao struggled for consistency during his spell with Inter and leaves after successive defeats to Vasco da Gama, Corinthians and Sao Paulo that have caused the club to slip to eighth in the Brazilian championship, 10 points behind leaders Corinthians.