After some spectacular performances and eventually, victory in the Confederations Cup, questions have been asked about possible changes to the Brazilian national team's squad for the 2014 World Cup.
Judging by the individuality and class of so many of the Brazilian players, it doesn't look as if too many changes are required.
However, several legendary oldies, reaching the end of their careers are rumoured to play roles in the Brazilian's tournament. One of these players being the illustrious Ronaldinho.
After moving back to Brazil to play his football, Ronaldinho has not been in the spotlight as much as he might have deserved to be.
His performances for Atletico Mineiro have been superb, earning him the Brazilian Golden Ball. Although he may not be playing in a standard as high as he used to, many believe he could still add some magnificent flair to the Brazilian squad, especially when combining his experience and wisdom with the skilful youngsters in the team.
One youngster who clearly stands out is Barcelona's new star, Neymar. Neymar has been referred to as the new Ronaldinho, as he looks to follow in the same footsteps as his mentor.
Ronaldinho was the world's best player during his time at Barcelona. He was wonderful to watch and earned his place in the sport's history.
Before Lionel Messi came along, Ronaldinho was the hero of the Camp Nou. Neymar will no doubt be hoping to reach the level's of pure brilliance that Ronaldinho did at Barcelona.
We have witnessed the combination of these two players several times and have seen glimpses of prowess.
If Scolari were to select Ronaldinho to play in what would most likely be his final World Cup, I'm sure he would want to remind people of what a truly astonishing player he is.
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