Brazil Announces Copa America Squad

Brazil has unveiled its squad for the upcoming Copa America tournament, and there are some notable exclusions and inclusions. Manchester United midfielder Casemiro, who has faced a challenging season at Old Trafford, has been left out of the 23-man squad. This decision reflects the coach’s strategic choices amidst an array of talented players vying for positions.

Among the forwards, the absence of Tottenham’s Richarlison, Arsenal’s Gabriel Jesus, and United’s Antony stands out. These omissions indicate the depth of talent available to the Brazilian national team and the tough decisions faced by the coach in finalizing the squad.

As expected, Neymar’s absence continues as he focuses on recovering from a knee ligament injury sustained last October. However, the squad features a strong contingent from the Premier League, including Liverpool’s Alisson and Manchester City’s Ederson in goal, along with Arsenal’s Gabriel in defense.

Midfielders Bruno Guimaraes, Douglas Luiz, Andreas Pereira, Joao Gomes, and Lucas Paqueta are set to provide stability and creativity in the middle of the park, representing clubs like Newcastle, Aston Villa, Fulham, Wolves, and West Ham, respectively.

One of the exciting additions to the squad is teenage Palmeiras striker Endrick, who will join Real Madrid this summer. Endrick’s inclusion underscores Brazil’s commitment to nurturing young talent and integrating them into the national setup.

Overall, Brazil’s squad for the Copa America combines experience with emerging talent, reflecting the country’s rich footballing tradition and its aspirations for success in the upcoming tournament. With a blend of seasoned veterans and promising youngsters, Brazil aims to make its mark on the international stage once again.


  1. Alisson (Liverpool)
  2. Bento (Athletico PR)
  3. Ederson (Manchester City)


  1. Beraldo (PSG)
  2. Militao (Real Madrid)
  3. Gabriel (Arsenal)
  4. Marquinhos (PSG)
  5. Danilo (Juventus)
  6. Couto (Girona)
  7. Arama (Athletico MG)
  8. Wendell (Porto)


  1. Pereira (Fulham)
  2. Guimaraes (Newcastle)
  3. Luiz (Aston Villa)
  4. Gomes (Wolves)
  5. Paqueta (West Ham)


  1. Endrick (Palmeiras)
  2. Evanilson (Porto)
  3. Martinelli (Arsenal)
  4. Raphinha (Barcelona)
  5. Rodrygo (Real Madrid)
  6. Savinho (Girona)
  7. Vinicius Jr (Real Madrid)

This squad represents a blend of talent from various clubs, both domestically and abroad, and showcases Brazil’s depth in footballing prowess.

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