Lucas Moura speaks after return to the Brazil squad following two-year absence ahead of international friendlies against Saudi Arabia and Argentina.
Tottenham right winger Lucas Moura was called up by Brazil on Monday (8th October) for their friendlies against Saudi Arabia and Argentina. Moura replaced Gremio midfielder Everton, who injured his right thigh. Brazil plays Saudi Arabia on Friday (12th October) and an Argentina minus Lionel Messi on Tuesday (16th October).
This is Moura's first call-up since Tite took over as coach in August 2016. He thanked Tottenham on Instagram for the joy of returning to the Brazil squad. Brazil trained in London on Monday ahead of flying out to the Middle East on Wednesday (10th October).
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