Brazil's Olympic football team flew into London ahead of the 2012 Olympic Games on Tuesday.
Brazil's Olympic football team arrived at Heathrow Airport in London on Tuesday.
Despite boasting an illustrious list of achievements in football, the Olympic gold medal remains the only major accolade that Brazil have failed to claim.
The Brazilians have been tipped to change that fact in London.
With the likes of Hulk, Neymar and Marcelo in the 18-man squad, Brazil are hot favourites to seal a maiden Olympic title.
The arrival of many of the world's most promising players in the UK will undoubtedly interest a range of Premier League clubs.
Manchester United have been linked with a £30 million move for Sao Paulo's Lucas Moura, while Chelsea are reported to be on the brink of signing Oscar from Internacional.
Numerous scouts are set to be present for Brazil's warm-up match against Team GB at Middlesbrough's Riverside Stadium on Friday.
Mano Menezes side will then face Egypt, Belarus and New Zealand in Group C of a tournament that means a lot to Brazilian football fans around the globe
Brazilian football stars arrive in LondonWednesday, July 18 2012