The Chelsea forward will rejoin Gareth Southgate’s squad in Qatar before the quarter-finals
The change comes after Spain's disappointing World Cup last-16 exit on penalties to Morocco on Tuesday. Enrique's contract had been due to expire at the end of the year and the RFEF issued a statement on Thursday indicating it would not be renewed.
Tite joined in a dance on the touchline with several of his players as Brazil raced into a 4-0 half-time lead in Monday's last-16 tie. The celebrations were widely condemned, including by ITV pundit Roy Keane, who said it was more like "Strictly" than the World Cup, but Tite insist it is a part of Brazilian culture. "I am very sorry but I will not make comment on those who do not know Brazilian history or Brazilian culture, the way each and every one of us is," Tite said.