The world's oldest continental international football tournament will begin in Sao Paulo on June 14, less than a year after Brazil's World Cup quarterfinal loss to Belgium in Russia, reports Xinhua news agency.
"We are one of the teams with a chance to win but nothing is obligatory. We will be playing to win and, if we do that, it would be incredible for the country. It's our objective to win. It's what I want and what the fans want. But we have to play well and if we aren't at our best it's going to be difficult."
Neymar is currently in Brazil as he continues his recovery from a right foot injury sustained while playing for Paris Saint-Germain in January. The 27-year-old will return to the French capital this week and is expected to be fit to play again in April.
"They (Madrid) are one of the biggest clubs in the world. Any player would be interested in playing there. I am very happy at PSG. But no one knows the future," he said.
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