Arsenal’s Gabriel Paulista could be set to make his Brazil debut after he was one of three late call ups to the Selecao.
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Arsenal.com report that Brazil boss Dunga was forced to make changes after David Luiz, Marquinhos, and Diego Tardelli were all forced to drop out due to injuries, and chose to call up the previously uncapped Arsenal defender along with Shakhtar Donetsk’s Luiz Adriano and Corinthians’ Gil.
The call up means Gabriel could make his debut on the same ground as he plays his club football, with Brazil playing Chile at the Gunner’s Emirates Stadium on Sunday 29th March. They do, however, play France three days earlier in Paris.
Adriano and Gil both have plenty of international experience; Adriano played as the team’s lone striker in the South American’s wins against Turkey and Austria last November, while Gil made his debut 18 months ago.