Could this be a sign Neymar is finally on his way out? Paris Saint-Germain store features minimal branding of Brazil star as club appear to stop advertising his shirts inside shop
- Footage recorded inside PSG club store features minimal branding of Neymar
- Neymar was the club’s record signing at £198million in 2017 from Barcelona
- But his popularity has plummeted among fans following his desire to leave
- Advertisements for Neymar’s replica shirt appear to have vanished in club shop
Neymar was the club’s record signing at £198million in 2017 from Barcelona and he has since gone on to net 51 goals in just 58 games, helping the club twice win the French title.
But his popularity has plummeted among supporters following his desire to leave the French capital for a return to La Liga.
Video footage recorded inside their club store featured minimal branding of Neymar – the replica shirts inside the Paris Saint-Germain store advertise fellow forward Kylian Mbappe
Mbappe (right) also features on the advertising branding along with Marco Verratti (left)
Fans blasted the 27-year-old during the club’s opening day 3-0 league win over Nimes on Sunday, where the striker did not play, by revealing banners in the stands.
One banner from supporters read ‘Neymar go away’, while the ultras message said: ‘Neymar – getting ****** by a prostitute doesn’t only happen at a remontada – remember?’
His negative reputation has now spread to the club shop, where advertisements for his replica shirt appear to have vanished in a video recorded by UOL Esporte.
Neymar (right) only features on a small panel near where football boots are sold
Neymar is desperate to leave PSG for a return to La Liga with either Barcelona or Real Madrid
Instead much of the focus has been on fellow star forward Kylian Mbappe.
Neymar only now appears once in the club shop, and it is on a small panel close to a display where football boots are sold.
Although Neymar has long been linked with a return to Barcelona where he starred for four years, Real Madrid are also considering a swoop before the European transfer window closes.
Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane refused to rule out a move, saying: ‘Neymar is not [in our squad] but until September 2, anything can happen.’
PSG fans unfurled banners demanding Neymar leave their club in a win over Nimes
Further messages were displayed in their Ligue 1 opening-day win at the Parc des Princes
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