The Real Madrid man has not played for his country since their defeat in the quarter final of the World Cup in 2010.
“We have been following his progress,” Brazil coach Mano Menezes told reporters.
“In terms of training, of dedication, the standard which he has reached gives us hope that he will play well when he is picked for Brazil.”
“It’s important to have players with this type of career and experience… I think he is going to confirm what we have been hearing, that he is getting better.”
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