Sept 9 (Reuters) Brazil have omitted in-structure striker Gabriel Jesus from their 26-man squad for this month's friendlies against Ghana and Tunisia.

But Gleason Bremer and Roger Ibanez are interestingly included.

Mentor Tate named his final crew ahead of the World Cup in Qatar on Friday.

And the players have been allowed their last chance to take care of business for the finals, which begin on November 20.

"These are valuable opportunities to further enjoy a sense of harmony and equity (in the final rundown)," Tite told a news conference.

"I can't close the public group list now, and another player might come up later (before the World Cup)."

Philippe Coutinho and Dani Alves, as well as Jesus' munitions colleagues Gabriel Martinelli and Gabriel Magalhas, passed up a great chance.

While Juventus' Bremer and AS Roma's Ibanez will be able to make their appearances.

Brazil play Ghana in Le Havre, France on September 23 and Tunisia in Paris three days later.

Brazil are in Group G with Cameroon, Serbia and Switzerland at the World Cup.