Corinthians manager Tite believes Brazil have a number of players who can reach the level of current star and captain Neymar, who he says "makes a difference" for the Selecao.
Brazil has come under criticism for a disappointing display in their first 2018 World Cup qualifier at Chile on Thursday, with questions being asked of a number of player selections following poor performances in Santiago.
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Corinthians manager Tite says Brazilian national team boss Dunga needs more time on the job to succeed, and indicated he'd only be interested in managing the Selecao after the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Tite, who is widely considered Brazil's top coach, has won a Club World Cup, Copa Libertadores and a league title in his five years with the club, and currently has the Sao Paulo giants five points clear atop the Brazilian Serie A table with nine rounds to play.
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Bayern Munich defender Rafinha said he would be willing to try solving Germany's trouble at right-back if he is given citizenship in his adopted homeland.
The Brazilian, 30, moved to Schalke as a 19-year-old in 2005 before returning to Germany to sign for Bayern in 2011 after spending a year in Italy with Genoa.
The player withdrew from the Brazil squad in September and later this month he is due to sit an exam as part of the process of obtaining German citizenship.
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Brazil will on Tuesday go up against Venezuela and play a competitive game at home for the first time since their nightmare finish as World Cup hosts last year and Hulk hopes their fans can spur them on.
La Canarinha crashed to a 7-1 defeat to Germany in the semi-finals and they fell 3-0 to Holland in the third-place game, leaving their fans stunned.
The Brazilians kicked off their 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign last week in Chile and it was more of the same with the home side winning 2-0.