Brazil head coach, Tite has refused to confirm whether he has given life advice to Paris Saint-Germain superstar, Neymar who has been a centre of all the media speculation throughout the summer.
Neymar returned back to action for Brazil during their 2-2 draw with Colombia on Friday and immediately got on the scoresheet despite playing his first game for club or country since picking him an injury earlier in the summer.
The striker was once again a topic of discussion ahead of their clash against Peru and Tite has revealed that whatever he has to say to the superstar, he will never say it publicly.
“Whatever is good for Neymar, I will never say publicly. But we can do it here in the national team. In the areas that are competent to us, the 10 days we are here, we always try to create situations that are good for him and for selection,” he said as quoted by Goal.
“Not primarily for one or the other. Because I also understand that he is top three worldwide.”
The 27-year-old was at the centre of the summers biggest transfer saga as he was keen to leave PSG in order to return to former club, Barcelona and despite the two clubs entering into negotiations, no agreement could be reached.