Brazil squad announced to face England and Spain

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Brazil’s national football team is poised for a fresh start under the leadership of new manager Dorival Junior, who has finally assumed the reins after a prolonged wait for Carlo Ancelotti. With the appointment settled, the Selecao is gearing up for their inaugural matches under Junior’s guidance next month, facing off against England and Spain in friendly encounters.

The squad announced for these fixtures showcases a blend of seasoned veterans and promising talents across various clubs worldwide. From the defensive prowess of players like Danilo from Juventus to the attacking flair of Gabriel Martinelli representing Arsenal, the roster reflects Brazil’s rich footballing heritage and its continued commitment to excellence.

Midfield maestros like Casemiro from Manchester United and emerging talents like Bruno Guimarães from Newcastle provide depth and versatility in the center of the park. Meanwhile, the forward line boasts the likes of Richarlison from Tottenham and Vinicius Jr. from Real Madrid, promising a potent attacking threat that can unlock any defense.

As the Selecao prepares to embark on this new chapter under Dorival Junior, expectations are high for a resurgence in Brazilian football, with fans eagerly anticipating the team’s performance on the international stage. With a blend of experience, skill, and youthful exuberance, Brazil looks set to once again captivate audiences worldwide with its trademark style of play.

Goalkeepers: Ederson (Manchester City), Bento (Athletico Paranaense), Rafael (São Paulo).
Defenders: Danilo (Juventus), Yan Couto (Girona), Ayrton Lucas (Flamengo), Wendell (Porto), Beraldo and Marquinhos (Paris Saint-Germain), Gabriel Magalhães (Arsenal), Murilo (Palmeiras).
Midfielders: André (Fluminense), Andreas Pereira (Fulham), Bruno Guimarães (Newcastle), Casemiro (Manchester United), Douglas Luiz (Aston Villa), João Gomes (Wolverhampton), Lucas Paquetá (West Ham), Pablo Maia (São Paulo).
Forwards: Endrick (Palmeiras), Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal), Raphinha (Barcelona), Richarlison (Tottenham), Rodrygo (Real Madrid), Savinho (Girona) and Vinicius Jr. (Real Madrid).