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Brazil name 24-man squad for upcoming friendlies

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Alex Mott

Brazil boss Tite has confirmed his squad for their upcoming friendly matches against the United States and El Salvador next month.

After crashing out of the World Cup at the quarter-final stage, the manager has called up a number of new faces for the pair of games in September.

Manchester United youngster Andreas Pereira is named amongst the midfielders alongside club mate Fred, whilst Liverpool trio Alisson, Fabinho and Roberto Firmino are also called up.

Flamengo midfielder Paquetá is the new name most people back in Brazil are excited about, having starred domestically since the turn of the year.

Some of the bigger names to miss out on selection are Manchester City’s Ederson and Marcelo.


Alisson (Liverpool) Hugo (Flamengo) Neto (Valencia)


Alex Sandro (Juventus) Dedé (Cruzeiro) Fabinho (Liverpool) Fagner (Corinthians) Filipe (Porto) Filipe Luís (Atlético de Madrid) Marquinhos (PSG) Thiago Silva (PSG)


Andreas Pereira (Manchester United) Arthur (Barcelona) Casemiro (Real Madrid) Fred (Manchester United) Paquetá (Flamengo) Coutinho (Barcelona) Renato Augusto (Beijing Guoan)


Douglas Costa (Juventus) Everton (Grêmio) Firmino (Liverpool) Neymar (PSG) Pedro (Fluminense) Willian (Chelsea)

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