- Coronavirus emerged in the central Chinese city of Wuhan in late December last year
- More than 47,000 people have died from COVID-19, as the illness is officially known, while over 937,000 infections have been confirmed in at least 180 countries and territories
- Atleast 194,000 people have recovered from the coronavirus
- PSG star Neymar is self-isolating in his incredible £7m mansion in Brazil due to outbreak of the disease
Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar is currently in his home country of Brazil where is spending time amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The Brazilian star recently found himself on the receiving end when he was accused of flouting self-isolation guidelines as he openly hung out with friends.
Neymar flew to Brazil aboard a private jet with his pals and shared photos of them playing beach volleyball.
It has now emerged the former Barcelona superstar and his mates are spending time at his £7 million luxurious mansion in the city of Rio de Janeiro.
SunSport reports it is the same helipad Neymar stayed in 2018 just before the World Cup as he nursed his broken foot.
The expensive property is located in the resort of Mangaratiba in and exclusive gated estate, resting on a two-and-a-half acre plot.
The villa boasts of incredible features, including a helipad and jetty where the footballer's yatch, the Embraer Phenom 100E, docks.
To keep himself fit, there is a well-equipped gym, a tennis court, sauna, massage room and a jacuzzi.
To ensure his friends unwind perfectly, the pad has an underground cellar with enough space for 3,000 battles of wine and refreshments.
Described as "a dream home", it has since emerged the game of beach volleyball actually took place within the confines of the expansive estate.
"The photo in question was published on Neymar's Instagram and shows him with other people who are in quarantine with him, people who live and travelled together from Paris to Brazil," Neymar's communication manager revealed.
"Neymar offered his home to all of them so they could spend the first 14 days there before meeting up with their respective families," he added.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Brazil legend Cafu has described his countryman Neymar Jr as the most technically gifted player ahead of six-time Ballon d'Or winner Lionel Messi.
The 28-year-old has been away from the Camp Nou since 2017 after joining Paris Saint Germain in a world-record fee of about £200 million.
Although the PSG star could reunite with his former teammate before the start of next season as reports claim he is ready to dump the Parc Des Princes club.
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