Brazil hit the training ground in London

The Selecao took to the field for the first time this month as coach Tite led a near fully-fit squad out at Tottenham Hotspur's Lodge in Enfield

On Monday, Brazil took to the training field for the first time this month as they prepare for a Brasil Global Tour double-header against Argentina and Saudi Arabia.

With almost the entire group at his disposal, coach Tite put the players through their paces, with the returning Gabriel Jesus led the line in finishing practice.

Neymar and Alex Sandro sat out of the session to continue their recovery after Champions League and domestic matches for their respective clubs.

Midfielder Renato Augusto arrived in Enfield on Monday while Gremio forward Everton was absent through injury and subsequently pulled out of the squad. He was replaced by local boy Lucas Moura, who has been so impressive for Spurs this season.

The atmosphere at Tottenham Hotspur’s Lodge training complex in Enfield, London, was relaxed as the players were eased into the workload for the week. 

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They return to the training ground on Tuesday. The Selecao are basing themselves at Tottenham's training complex prior to their departure to Saudi Arabia on Wednesday.

Brazil meet Saudi Arabia at King Saud University in Riyadh on October 12 before meeting Argentina at King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah on October 16.1

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