The tricky attacker is pleased with the Madrid midfielder's return to the Selecao, while Giuliano is relishing the prospect of teaming up with the Santos sensation
Kaka was recalled to the Selecao for the upcoming friendlies against Iraq and Japan after a two-year absence, and Neymar is pleased to see the experienced midfielder make his comeback.
"It'll be nice. I hope Kaka can help us. The experience he has will be very important for the national team. It can help us a lot. God willing, it will work," Neymar told reporters.
Meanwhile, Giuliano has revealed his ambition is to bring back Neymar's jersey to Dnipro once his international commitments with Brazil are over.
The 22-year-old has been named in Mano Menezes' most recent party for upcoming matches against Iraq and Japan, and will be looking to add to his tally of five Selecao caps in the near future.
However, according to the former Internacional midfielder, his immediate objective is to pry away Neymar's shirt before next Tuesday, but jokingly warned his club-mates that he is in no mood for sharing.
"The players from my team came and said, 'when you are with the Selecao, bring back a shirt from Neymar,'" Giuliano told Globo Esporte. "And I responded, 'you will have to get in line.'
"It will be difficult but I will try to get Neymar's shirt. Only if I get it, it will be for me, not for them."
Brazil face Iraq on October 11 and then encounter Japan five days later.