Indian Football Federation president Praful Patel may consider the nomination of the great name of the coach of the team only if the candidate is satisfied with his conditions, saying the nomination will take place first.
AIFF has overtaken more than 250 workplaces, after leaving Stephen Constantine after resigning after failing to take part in the AFC Asian Cup after being approached.
Nearly 250 applicants, close to federal sources, said 35 of them are popular names from Europe and elsewhere.
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"If the candidate meets the criteria, what we are looking at, and whether he is qualified, then we can think (which is called the big name)," AIFF chief told PTI.
"An appointment will be made as soon as possible, perhaps this weekend," he added.
Patel was elected on Saturday as a member of the FIFA Council, becoming the first Indian to join a high commission for development.
Patel won the record with 38 of 46 votes from the 29th Asian Football Confederation Kuala Lumpur.
A member of the parliament, the 62-year-old also addressed the AFC on behalf of President Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa, who mourned his mother's death.
The list of applicants employed by the Indian coach also includes candidates from the Indian Super League and the I-League.
Short listings will be prepared this week, and the candidates are interviewed by the Technical Committee interviews, based on their recommendations, the executive committee will represent the final list.
The names include Italy's Giovanni De Biasi, Hakan Ericson of Sweden, Raymond Domnech and England's Sam Allardyce.
The deadline for applying for the highest job ended on March 29th.
Other players, former Bengaluru FC FC boss Albert Roca also appeared to be one of the competitors for the job, with many national players prefering his nomination.
Under Roca, Bengaluru FC has played four seasons in the two seasons – will participate in the AFC 2016, the 2017 World Cup and the ISL and the Super Cup 2018.
The team won the FA Cup and Super Cup, but missed the AFC Cup and the ISL.