'Get lost' - PSG ultras chant outside Neymar's house in shocking scenes
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Angry Paris Saint-Germain ultras turned up at Neymar's house and demanded his departure from the club in shocking scenes.
PSG are in disarray amid bombshell reports claiming Lionel Messi will leave the club at the end of the season following his controversy.
The 35-year-old has been suspended for two weeks by the club after his unauthorised trip to Saudi Arabia just hours after their shock defeat to Lorient.
The off-field drama has now followed Neymar, who was subjected to appalling abuse by PSG supporters as they showed up at his house in Paris on Wednesday.
A video shows hundreds of PSG fans outside the superstar forward's house, chanting: "Neymar, get lost! Neymar, get lost!"
The player himself reacted to the incident on social media. On Instagram, he wrote: "They’ve just left my door."
There were also furious scenes at the club's headquarters as they also took aim at Messi.
Groups of fans chanted: "Messi, son of a b**ch."
Messi's time in France appears to be coming to an end and Neymar could join him, too.
The Brazilian, who has been at PSG since 2017 following his blockbuster transfer from Barcelona, has been the subject of intense transfer speculation.
He's been linked with a move to the Premier League, with Manchester United and Newcastle United thought to be interested in acquiring his luxurious services.
The 31-year-old has scored 118 goals during his time at the Parc des Princes outfit, winning four league titles as well as five major domestic French cups.
Where will he be plying his trade next season? Let us know.