- Neymar has been accused of making bitter words against Hiroki Sakai
- The Paris-Saint-Germain star will be banned if found guilty by the League body
- Neymar has been playing for Paris-Saint-Germain for the past three seasons
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Brazilian footballer Neymar who currently plays for Paris-Saint-Germain in the French League has been accused of making a racist comment against Marseille star Hiroki Sakai.
The heartbreaking incident happened during Paris-Saint-Germain's defeat against Marseille which was their first game of the season.
During the encounter, five players were red carded with Neymar inclusive after being spotted slapping Alvaro Gonzalez from the back.
According to Spanish radio station Cadena COPE, it is alleged that the Brazilian superstar called Marseille right-back Sakai who is from Japan a 'Chinese s***'.
COPE added that Marseille "have evidence" that Neymar used the words towards Sakai before his clash with Gonzalez.
French League body are now expected to open an investigation on the allegation levied against Neymar and he could be banned for 10 games if found guilty.
Already, the former Barcelona star has been banned for two games because of what he did to Alvaro Gonzalez.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Brazilian footballer Neymar who currently plays for Paris-Saint-Germain recorded his name in the history books by become the first individual to land boot deal worth £23m a year.
The former Barcelona star has however moved ahead the likes of Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo and Argentine football legend Lionel Messi.
Neymar who recently dropped Nike to sign the mega deal with the German giants however moves a staggering £8m ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo.
Cristiano Ronaldo who is five-time Ballon d'Or winner has contract worth £15m.
Also, Legit.ng reported how Neymar finally reacted to the ugly incident that happened on Sunday night, September 13, while facing Marseille in Ligue 1 game and was red carded by the center referee.
The Brazilian football legend made it clear that he is unperturbed about the red card he got claiming that his only regret is not hitting Gonzalez in the face.
Being the champions of France and reaching the Champions League final last season, PSG fans were expecting their players to start the new season on a brighter note against Marseille.
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