With less than two years separating us from the 2014 World Cup, only one nation has booked its place in the tournament: the hosts and five-time champions, Brazil.
Outside of the obvious favorite, defending-champions Spain, Brazil has to be one of the more fancied sides. They have a young and talented group of budding superstars, and given their history and home-field advantage, they are a bit more than a dark-horse candidate.
The likes of Neymar, Oscar and other potential greats have their spots in Brazil's squad all but guaranteed. However, there are still many spots up for grabs.
This leads to an interesting question: Should Ronaldinho be in Brazil's squad at the 2014 World Cup?
Here are five reasons the former Ballon d'Or winner should make it to Rio.