Brazil boss Felipe Scolari has refused to rule out veteran stars Ronaldinho and Kaka from the Brazil squad that will compete in the 2014 World Cup.
Having fallen out of favour for the national side in recent years, the two veterans have been recalled for friendly matches by the former Chelsea boss in 2013.
However, neither of them were part of the 23-man squad that went to the Confederations Cup, but the 64-year-old says he has not decided which players to take to the World Cup.
"We will keep an eye on every Brazilian player, in Europe and in Brazil, to ensure the best players will be included in the national team in 2014," Felipao told Italpress.
"All will be well received when observed and we will make the squad for the World Cup, the door is open to everyone.
"I already have a good group but I can not promise that any of them will be at the World Cup, I will do my analysis and we are open to every great player."