Jesus has enjoyed a terrific start to his club career in England with Manchester City and the 20-year-old has also formed a potent combination with Neymar that helped Brazil book their spot in next year's World Cup finals in Russian Federation.
England did well to secure a draw against the Germans considering the decimated nature of the squad, and Brazil will prove a similarly tough test.
Since Tite's appointment as manager in June 2016 Brazil have considerably improved, as was most recently seen in Friday's 3-1 friendly defeat of Japan, when Jesus scored the third of their goals. "He's doing what he loves".
"To the point he came here with a natural fluency".
That man is Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus, who will start at Wembley in search of his ninth worldwide goal. "It's very impressive, he has a lot of quality".
Asked if England should be considered one of the favourites to win next summer's World Cup in Russia, Tite replied: "Yes, all of the big teams are favourites - especially England with their young players like Alli, Kane and the experience of [Gary] Cahill".
"It's very special to play at Wembley", Alves said. He is in line to replace Chelsea's Willian alongside Neymar and Jesus.
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