- Brazil star Neymar looked to be in a very good mood as he trained on Tuesday
- They trained at the Parc des Princes as they prepare for a friendly double header
- Brazil were using the home stadium of PSG – the club Neymar joined last summer
Brazil trained at the Parc des Princes as they prepare for a friendly double header, against Japan in Lille then England at Wembley.
They were using the home stadium of Ligue 1 giants Paris St Germain – the club Neymar joined last summer in a world record deal.
Perhaps it was the familiar surroundings, but Brazil star Neymar looked in a very good mood
Brazil trained at the Parc des Princes as they prepare for a friendly double header
They were using the home stadium of Ligue 1 giants PSG – the club Neymar joined last summer
Neymar looked to be enjoying being on home turf, laughing and joking with team mates as they went through their drills.
He was not the only Brazilian on familiar turf, with club team mate Dani Alves also involved in the squad.
Brazil are in France because they will play against Japan on November 10 in an international friendly in Lille – an unusual move for both sides.
Brazil, managed by Tite, face off against Japan in Lille on Friday, then England at Wembley
Chelsea attacker Willian controls the ball while Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus looks on
Neymar was not the only one on familiar turf, with club team mate Dani Alves also involved
The game kick off on Friday at 1pm local time – which is 10am in Rio de Janeiro, and 9pm in Tokyo – as the South American giants make an Autumn tour of Europe.
After facing Japan, Brazil travel to London to face an unfamiliar looking England side decimated by injuries.
Spurs trio Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Harry Winks had to pull out over the weekend, while Raheem Sterling, Fabian Delph and Jordan Henderson also withdrew on Tuesday.
A number of English players, including Joe Gomez, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Tammy Abraham could be in line to make their senior debuts.
Brazil take on Japan in Lille at 1pm local time – 10am in Rio de Janeiro, or 9pm in Tokyo