Brazilian midfielder Fred, 25, who is expected to sign for Manchester United on Wednesday, was the surprise choice in Tite's World Cup squad for Russian Federation.
The 25-year-old has been in excellent form for Shakhtar since joining the club from Internacional five years ago so I'm sure the South American will prove to be a superb addition to United's squad.
"Like any other player when you move to a new country, he will need a little bit of time to adapt".
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Fred will hope to make the same impact on the Premier League as Brazilian worldwide team-mates Willian and Fernandinho, who also arrived in England via spells with Shakhtar.
Although Pogba and Mourinho are rumoured to have fallen out, it would be a surprise if United's No 6 were sold this summer.
"He's excited to start but now it's time to think about the World Cup and think about the national team".
Willian, who made nearly as many Premier League appearances (16) off the substitutes bench as he did starts (20) last season, remained coy when pushed on plans his own future.
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Shakhtar have proven to be an excellent springboard for Brazilian players making the first jump into European football, with Fernandinho, Willian and Douglas Costa, among the players to move onto bigger and better things after establishing themselves in Ukraine.
The Brazilian, who is now in England with the rest of his global teammates, was spotted at the training ground, with the fee rumoured to be around £52.5m agreed with Shakhtar Donetsk. He didn't play a minute of Brazil's epic 18-game qualification run, though he has come on as a late substitute in two of Brazil's most recent friendlies, including against Croatia at Anfield on Sunday.
"I want my players to win, but I also want my players to go on holiday".
The Socceroos' run to the knockout stage wasn't the only bold World Cup prediction from the former Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan and Real Madrid boss.
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