- Neymar has shaved off his pink hair and decided to go bald
- The Brazilian however copied Jose Mourinho who recently shaved his hair
- Neymar has been linked with an exit at PSG with Barcelona likely destination
Paris-Saint-Germain forward Neymar has copied Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho by completely shaving off his pink hair thereby going bald in new look.
The Brazilian football star has been putting on the pink hair for some time now before he decided to appear in a new look to his followers on social media.
Neymar who has 133 million followers on Instagram posted the photo of his new look on the social media platform to the delight of his fans.
He captioned the photo with ''Gang of the Bald'' which indicates that the former Barcelona star is very satisfied with his new hairstyle.
According to the report on UK Sun citing Le Parisien, Neymar is said to have actually shaved off his hair days ago but has been hiding it using cap anywhere he goes.
The pink hair was said to be fading away which forced Neymar to clear if off as he wants plenty of fresh air now on his head.
There have been reports that Neymar is considering a move away from Paris-Saint-Germain this summer with likely return to Barcelona.
He left the reigning Spanish champions last two seasons for a move to PSG with reports claiming that he was tired playing second fiddle to Lionel Messi.
But his best has actually not been seen at PSG since he got to France as his development has been affected by injuries.
Paris-Saint-Germain however are not missing his absence as Kylian Mbappe has been superb for them this season in all competitions.
Neymar recently met Manchester United legend David Beckham where he reportedly told the Englishman that he would join his Inter Miami in ten years time.
David Beckham is looking for the signing of top football star which will give his club good recognition.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho decided to shave his head completely ahead of the resumption from the winter break with his Premier League side.
When Jose Mourinho was at Chelsea, the Portuguese did the same at Stamford Bridge in which the Blues went on to win nine of their opening Premier League games.
He made it clear then that it was time to go to war in which his wards delivered brilliantly.
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