Brazil strike agreement to use Juventus' training ahead of World Cup
Brazil strike agreement to use Juventus’ training ground in preparation for the World Cup in Qatar – with Alex Sandro, Danilo and Bremer set to find themselves in very familiar surroundings
- Brazil are set to use Juventus’ training ground as they prepare for the World Cup
- Tite’s squad will be based at the modern facility, which opened in 2018
- Alex Sandro, Danilo and Bremer could all be in very familiar surroundings
Brazil have agreed to use Juventus’ training ground as they prepare for the World Cup in Qatar.
As reported by Tuttosport, TIte’s squad will use the facilities in Turin.
It means that Alex Sandro, Danilo and Bremer are set to find themselves in very familiar surroundings if they are in the squad, with all three players currently at Juventus.
Brazil are set to make use of Juventus’ impressive training ground ahead of the World Cup
Juventus’ training ground boasts four pitches, a gym, pool and physiotherapy rooms
Alex Sandro has 37 caps for Brazil. He wasn’t involved during the last set of international fixtures because of injury but seems likely to be included in Tite’s squad.
Danilo has 46 caps, while there is also a chance that Bremer could be involved after making his international debut against Ghana last month.
Alex Sandro (L), who plays for Juventus and Brazil, is set to be in very familiar surroundings
Danilo also plays for both Juventus and Brazil and is set to be involved at the World Cup
Another Juventus player, Bremer, made his debut for Brazil against Ghana last month
Juventus’ final game before the World Cup gets underway will take place on November 13 as they face Lazio.
Brazil are set to make use of Juventus’ training ground from November 14 to 19, with the decision for them to train there having been made some time ago.
This isn’t the first time that Brazil have trained at Juventus’ training ground, as they used their old facilities prior to the 1990 World Cup.
Juventus’ current training ground opened in 2018 and includes four training pitches as well as a gym, a pool and physiotherapy rooms.
Brazil are in Group G at the World Cup and will face Serbia, Switzerland and Cameroon.
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