Brazil and Portugal announce squads for Rio

Andre Martins, with two caps, is the only player in the squad with senior international experience. Barcelona star Neymar was as expected named in the Brazil squad for the Olympics.

Neymar was named in the Brazil team for the Rio Olympics.   -  Getty Images

Portugal unveiled its 18-man squad for the Olympics Games but did not name any of the players who featured in the successful Euro 2016 campaign.

Andre Martins, with two caps, is the only player in the squad with senior international experience.

Neymar in Brazil squad

Barcelona star Neymar was as expected named in the Brazil squad for the Olympics football tournament on Thursday as well Paris Saint Germain defender Marquinhos.

Also selected were Neymar's club mate Rafinha, Lazio midfielder Felipe Anderson and rising star Gabriel Barbosa.

Brazil squad:

Goalkeepers: Fernando Prass (Palmeiras), Uilson (Atletico-MG)

Defenders: Marquinhos (PSG/FRA), Rodrigo Caio (Sao Paulo) Luan (Vasco da Gama), Willian (Internacional), Douglas Santos (Atlştico-MG), Zeca (Santos)

Midfielders: Walace (GrŠmio), Rodrigo Dourado (Internacional) Thiago Maia (Santos), Rafinha (Barcelona/ESP), Renato Augusto (Beijing Ghouan/CHN), Felipe Anderson (Lazio/ITA)

Attackers: Neymar (Barcelona/ESP), Gabriel (Santos), Gabriel Jesus (Palmeiras), Luan (GrŠmio)

Portugal squad:

Goalkeepers: Bruno Varela (Vitoria Setubal), Joel Pereira (Manchester United/ENG)

Defenders: Edgar Iş (Villareal/ESP), Ricardo Esgaio (Sporting Lisbon), Paulo Henrique (Paśos Ferreira), Tiago Ilori (Liverpool/ENG), Tobias Figueiredo (Nacional MadŞre)

Midfielders: Andrş Martins (unattached), Bruno Fernandes (Udinese/ITA), Fabio Sturgeon (Belenenses), Francisco Ramos (FC Porto), Sşrgio Oliveira (FC Porto), Tiago Silva (Belenenses), Tomas Podstawski (FC Porto)

Attackers: Carlos Manş (Sporting Lisbon), Gonśalo PaciŠncia (FC Porto), Nuno Santos (Vitoria Setubal), Salvador Agra (Nacional MadŞre)