- Neymar left Catalan club Barcelona in 2017 to join French side Paris Saint-Germain
- The 28-year-old reportedly lives in a stunning mansion worth £6.5mllion
- The property was built in the 1950s and formerly owned by French actor Gerard Depardieu
Neymar is said to be living large in Paris in a gigantic five-storey mansion worth £6.5mllion (about N3.3billion) as he also cruises in a £250,000 (about N130million) Ferrari, SunSport reports.
The 28-year-old Brazilian reportedly moved into the exotic apartment in 2017 as he continues to live life to the fullest as he plies his trade in Europe.
It was gathered that the edifice which is about 10 miles from the center of Paris was built in the 1950s and formerly owned by French actor Gerard Depardieu.
The building is on about 10,800 square-feet, fitted with a massive indoor swimming pool down the basement as it also has sun loungers and a view out onto the sprawling 5,000 square-metre garden.
Massive games room, a sizzling Turkish bath as well as sauna all exist to ensure occupants and their guests have fun.
With his salary around the £550,000-per-week mark, that doesn't even make a dent in his monthly take home.
Meanwhile, Neymar is expecting former team-mate Lionel Messi to leave Barcelona to join him at French club Paris Saint Germain.
The Argentine was close to leaving the Catalans in the summer with the Etihad Stadium tipped to be his next destination.
He made a U-turn after the Premier League outfit was unable to trigger his heavy release clause and his reunion with Pep Guardiola was delayed.
With Parisians dominating the French League, Messi believes it will give them the opportunity to focus on winning the European trophy for the first time in the club’s history.
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The Polish striker won five major titles with his German League outfit Bayern Munich including the UEFA Champions League.
He scored 55 goals and 10 assists in 47 appearances across all competitions - a feat that put him ahead of any other player in terms of individual awards.
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