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Neymar back in Brazil training ahead of World Cup

Brazil have won a record-breaking five World Cups. Can Tite's men make it six in Russia?
After humiliation on home soil for Brazil in 2014, Ian Darke and ESPN's expert panel feel redemption could be in the cards for Neymar and company.
The ESPN FC panel are joined by Raf Honigstein to dissect Brazil's chances of winning the World Cup following the release of their 23-man squad.

Neymar was back in training on Tuesday to give Brazil a boost ahead of the World Cup.

The Paris Saint-Germain forward has been sidelined since February after having surgery on his right foot but spent an hour training on the main pitch at Brazil's Granja Comary training ground in Teresopolis, outside Rio de Janeiro.

He was joined by Manchester City duo Gabriel Jesus and Danilo as he took part in drills, using his recovering foot to dribble through cones and shoot from long and close range.

Neymar was cleared to take part in training after undergoing a medical exams earlier on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, former Brazil international Rivaldo has again urged Neymar to leave PSG if he wants to win the Ballon d'Or and Champions League.

"I think that going to Real Madrid, or to some club in England, I think he will have more chances [of winning the Ballon d'Or]," Rivaldo told Sky Sports.

"I mean no offence, but we know that the French league is not the same as the Spanish or English league, where there's more difficulty.

"I think he [Neymar] would have more chances to win the Champions League, so... when a player wins the Champions League, he has more chances of being the best in the world."

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