PARIS SAINT GERMAIN have stopped selling Neymar shirts in their official club store, according to reports.
The wantaway Brazilian, 27, has been linked with a move away from the French champions all summer and it looks like it may be one step closer after an apparent freeze on Neymar branded merch.
Instead French whizz Kylian Mbappe features prominently on the gear on display in the shop.
Video footage shot by UOL Esporte journalist Joao Henrique Marques shows a walk through the mega store with barely a trace of the ex-Barcelona man on show.
In fact the only place the maverick Brazilian can be spotted is on a panel where boots are sold.
The 27-year-old has attracted interest from Spain this summer with La Liga giants Real Madrid and Barcelona leading the race for his signature.
It is understood Neymar would prefer a return to the Nou Camp and the lawyer who oversaw his 2017 transfer was spotted in Barcelona just yesterday where he met with Catalan club officials.
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Although there have been question marks over Barca’s ability to pay his salary which left the door open for Real Madrid to make an approach.
But Los Blancos will end their pursuit if they sign Paul Pogba before the Spanish transfer window shuts on September 2.
PSG fans sent a furious message to the forward during their Ligue 1 opener – singing songs calling him a ‘son of a b****’ and telling him to ‘f*** off’.