- Neymar remains the world's most expensive footballer after his move from Barcelona to PSG in the summer of 2017
- After the completion of this year's Copa America, he is ranked as the most valuable South American player, with Lionel Messi coming next
- The attacker while on summer break has taken to social media to show off his exotic helicopter with the inscription 'NJR' written on its tail
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Neymar has pushed the Copa America disappointment behind him as the Paris Saint Germain superstar is currently enjoying his summer break at an unknown destination as of the time of this publication.
The forward failed to help Brazil avoid defeat to Argentina in the final of the summer competition earlier this month as Angel di Maria's lone strike handing Lionel Scaloni's men the title in the end.
His N7 billion (£10m) worth chopper which was parked on a well-trimmed green lawn with a partly captured building in the image had a personalised name 'NJR' written on its tail.
Neymar shares exotic helicopter online
Regardless of the loss, the former Barcelona attacker is feeling grateful for what he may have achieved in his career after posting a picture of himself sitting on the pavement very close to his private helicopter with a thankful emoji.
The 29-year-old forward scored twice after six appearances during the continental championship staged in Brazil.
Neymar also showed off some of the tattoos on his leg after wearing a nicker and a short pair of black socks.
Neymar won Olympics gold medal five years ago
Legit.ng earlier reported that football events at this summer Olympic Games staging in Tokyo will kick off later this weekend with Argentina opening the floor in the men's category.
The tournament will see yet another set of outstanding players at the U23 levels while just three old-age players are given opportunities to participate.
Neymar led his country to the podium five years ago and also became one of the top stars who have won the prestigious tournament in history.