Neymar and Dani Alves head out for drinks with Brazil legend Ronaldo ahead of World Cup qualifier

Posted Tuesday, October 10, 2017 by

PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN pair Neymar and Dani Alves were spotted out on the town - with Brazil legend Ronaldo.

Selecao manager Tite is still likely to pick the star pair for the World Cup qualifier against Chile, despite the team already having qualified.

Neymar and Dani Alves head out for drinks with Brazil legend Ronaldo ahead of World Cup qualifier
Former West Ham striker Nene, Neymar, Ronaldo and Dani Alves were out on Sunday night

Neymar and Alves decided to have a night out relaxing on Sunday, safe in the knowledge they will be in Russia next summer whatever the result

The were spotted with two former Brazilian strikers... of vastly different pedigrees.

Not only were they pictured out drinking with Ronaldo, but West Ham flop Nene was also part of the crew.

The 36-year-old former Monaco and PSG striker signed as a free agent at Upton Park in 2014, but failed to score in just eight Premier League matches.

Neymar, wearing a trilby, suit, open collared shirt and trainers, posted an image with the caption "squad".

Nene also posted a picture from earlier in the night before Ronaldo arrived, asking which of the three players (plus Brazilian celebrity David Brazil) was the best dressed.

Tite will make a couple of changes to the side that drew 0-0 with Bolivia last week - but will not aid Chile in any hope of dumping out rivals Argentina.

In a very tough qualification campaign, six teams are fighting for three qualification places and one play-off place in the final round of fixtures.

Lacklustre Argentina need to beat Ecuador and hope other results go their way.

World Cup winner Tostao says "Brazil will play for Brazil", not to help Chile out or ruin Argentina's chances.

He said: "The sports programs here in Brazil have talked a lot about that. They ask the question if we have to support Brazil or we must support for Argentina to miss the World Cup.

"The rivalry with Argentina is very big and everyone knows that, but I can say with certainty that Brazil isn't thinking of helping Chile, or anything.

"Brazil will play for Brazil. They want to win for them, but I think Tite can make one or two changes to test players."

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