ROBERTO CARLOS is set to line up for the World XI as they look to retain their Soccer Aid title against England.
The visitors have won the last two Soccer Aid matches, with former Brazil left-back Roberto Carlos featuring in the victorious 2019 team.
But what is he doing after retiring from professional football?
What does Roberto Carlos do now?
Roberto Carlos currently holds a number of ambassadorial roles, such as with Malaysian airline AirAsia.
The Brazilian was also had a spell as assistant coach at Castilla – Real Madrid's B team – when Santiago Solari took over as senior Real Madrid manager.
Prior to that, he had been manager at two clubs in Turkey – Sivasspor and Akhisarspor – and India's Delhi Dynamos.
Roberto Carlos was also briefly a coach at Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala in 2012, after he retired as a professional footballer there.
Which clubs did Roberto Carlos play for?
Roberto Carlos had a long and successful career in Brazil, Italy, Turkey and Russia.
He played for the following clubs:
- Uniao Sao Joao (1991-93)
- Palmeiras (1993-95)
- Inter Milan (1995-96)
- Real Madrid (1996-2007)
- Fenerbahce (2007-09)
- Corinthians (2010-11)
- Anzhi Machakhala (2011-12)
- Delhi Dynamos (2015)
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