PSG Employee Shouts "Money Grabber" Towards Neymar At Club's Training Ground
A man has been filmed hurling abuse at Neymar outside Paris Saint-Germain's Camp des Loges training complex.
The individual, believed to be a PSG employee, referred to the Brazilian forward as a 'pesetero' on several occasions, which means 'money-grabber' or 'mercenary' in Spanish.
Footage of the incident soon emerged online.
The 27-year-old has been heavily linked with a number of clubs this summer and quite clearly, this employee is fed up with the ongoing transfer speculation.
He isn't the only one. PSG Ultras have created banners and chanted derogatory songs about the Brazilian international already this season.
One banner read: "Neymar f*** off," while supporters were chanting "son of a b***h" amid speculation regarding his future.
Neymar has been subject to plenty of transfer rumours in recent weeks, including a potential switch to Real Madrid.
Los Blancos have reportedly made a stunning £100 million offer plus three players for Neymar.
But the club would need to table a monstrous financial deal worth £1.2 million a week to sign him summer, according to Spanish publication AS.
Barcelona and Juventus are also believed to be in the race to sign the world's most expensive footballer but they'll have to be quick as the transfer window slams shut on September 2.
Lionel Messi has even tried to convince his former teammate to rejoin the Catalan giants in a recent phone call.
Lionel Messi phones Neymar and tells him to join Barcelona over Real Madrid.https://t.co/gqLvByMF93
- SPORTbible (@sportbible) August 13, 2019
It is believed that Messi doesn't want his friend lining up against him, and phoned the PSG forward to dissuade him against striking a deal with Real Madrid.
The Spanish outlet also claim the relationship between Messi and Neymar is "excellent" and the 32-year-old "feels a special affinity with his former teammate."
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