The youngster, who has established himself as a Brazil regular, says he is pleased the veterans have returned to the national team fold over the last year.
“The older players are an inspiration to the younger ones,” Oscar told Chelsea’s official website. “I have to include Kaka, who was not called into the last squad, alongside Ronaldinho, as players who all those of my generation look to.
“They made history for my generation, and are the players we try to emulate. To have them back involved is better because they can help with their experience. They have so much to offer and bring a lot of respect. I’m really happy they are back.”
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