Peseiro has been under criticism of late following the Super Eagles poor start to the 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign.
The three-time AFCON champions have only managed two draws from two games in Group C against Lesotho and Zimbabwe.
Bafana Bafana of South Africa will take on Rwanda on Tuesday and a win for them will take them four points above the Super Eagles.
The poor start to the campaign have led calls for the Portuguese to be sacked.
There are now unconfirmed reports that Peseiro could replace Juan Carlos Osorio who was sacked by Zamalek.
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Reacting to the reports Peseiro in a brief exclusive chat with Al-Watan Sport said: This is not the appropriate time to talk about all these matters.
I do not wish to make any comments at the present time, and I refuse to talk about these matters specifically at this time, and I will respond at the time I deem appropriate for that.
Peseiro is no stranger to Egyptian football after he handled Zamalek rival Al Ahly in the 2015-2016 campaign.
In his only season at Al Ahly, Peseiro led the club to the league title.
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