Two years after securing the title in Río de Janeiro, Brazil will chase a back-to-back continental championship at home in Copa America 2021. Arguably the strongest side in the region, it heads to the tournament as the frontrunner to claim the trophy for the second straight time.

Tité has turned La Verde-amarela into an unstoppable force so far, as his side not only was crowned South American champions but are also ruling in the Conmebol World Cup Qualifiers 2022. Therefore, it looks like the team to beat in the upcoming competition.

Not only they'll be defending their title at home, but they will do so with one of the most intimidating squads in the whole continent. The Brazilian manager has already submitted the list of players for Copa America 2021 and the team's road to a new championship will begin soon.

Brazil's squad to face Copa America 2021

With the tournament's kickoff looming around, Tité revealed the 24-man squad that will represent the hosting country in the South American contest. After getting off to a strong start in their road to Qatar 2022, La Verde-amarela seems ready to focus on a back-to-back Copa America title.

Will Neymar guide Brazil to another Copa America triumph at home? (Getty).

The national team's boss didn't hold anything back and released a powerful list that speaks a lot about his intentions of retaining the continental crown. There's not a single weakness in the Brazilian squad, as they are expected to win the Copa America 2021 with these superstars.

Goalkeepers (3): Alisson (Liverpool), Ederson (Manchester City), Weverton (Palmeiras)

Defenders (8): Danilo (Juventus), Emerson (Betis), Alex Sandro (Juventus), Renan Lodi (Atletico Madrid), Felipe (Atletico Madrid), Thiago Silva (Chelsea), Marquinhos (PSG), Eder Militao (Real Madrid).

Midfielders (6): Casemiro (Real Madrid), Douglas Luiz (Aston Villa), Fred (Manchester United), Fabinho (Liverpool), Everton Ribeiro (Flamengo), Lucas Paquetá (Olympique Lyon).

Forwards (7): Neymar Jr (PSG), Vinicius Jr (Real Madrid), Everton (Benfica), Richarlison (Everton), Roberto Firmino (Liverpool), Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City), Gabriel Barbosa (Flamengo).