Images Of Neymar Removed From Paris Saint-Germain's Official Club Store
Paris Saint-Germain have wasted no time in removing images of Neymar from the club's official store.
The Brazilian superstar remains the subject of intense transfer speculation and, ahead of potentially completing a move away from Paris, the club have taken drastic measures regarding the shop.
They've have appeared to remove all traces of the most expensive player in world football with uncertainly over his future.
A video has emerged online from inside the shop, and there was no sign of Neymar - the club's most marketable asset.
PSG já se desmarca da imagem do Neymar. Na loja oficial do clube, nem sinal do brasileiro.
Via @UOLEsporte/João Henrique Marques pic.twitter.com/JCWnSSJCje
- Marcelo Bechler (@marcelobechler) August 12, 2019
Kylian Mbappe was heavily featured with his replica shirts on rails not to mention a huge poster of the French striker on the wall.
PSG opened their league campaign over the weekend as Thomas Tuchel left Neymar out of his squad, but the 27-year-old was targeted by his own fans.
Ultras unfurled banners and chanted about him in shocking scenes before PSG's fixture against Nimes on Sunday.
"Neymar f*** off," one banner read while supporters were chanting "son of a b***h".
PSG kicked-off the new season with a 3-0 victory and Mbappe, who was among the goalscorers, admitted that his side won't be the same without Neymar.
"It depends, we will try," the forward said when asked if PSG can improve this season.
"But we will not lie; we must also see what will happen with Neymar.
"It's not the same team without Neymar as it is with him. But we will try to do it for the fans," he added.
Barcelona and Real Madrid have courted Neymar all summer with the star pushing for a move.
Will he return to Spain? Watch this space.