PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN forward Neymar has been forced to leave his Paris home due to security concerns.
The Brazilian superstar joined PSG from Barcelona last summer and moved into a plush five-story house in the Paris suburb of Bougival.
The pad boasts a 5,000 square metre lawn, basement pool and several balconies.
However La Parisien report Neymar has feared for his safety in recent months after fans have somehow managed to breach security and climb over walls into the property.
Neymar, 25, has now reportedly taken advice from team-mates who have more knowledge of Paris and moved to a more secretive location.
And the upheaval has only added to speculation the world’s most expensive player is unhappy with life in France and could be looking to return to Spain.
Apparently, Neymar has confided in Gerard Pique and Luis Suarez, admitting he wishes he had not left Barca.
But PSG boss Unai Emery slammed reports this week about his player wanting out of Paris.
He said: “All of these rumours are not important, what counts are the discussions that I have with him, how to be in the squad, on the pitch but also about him.
“We are very happy with him and he will succeed here. I do not know what is being said. Everybody here is happy though. He will stay and succeed here.”
A sensational return back to Barcelona has been mooted with bitter La Liga rivals Real Madrid also monitoring the situation.
Los Blancos boss Zinedine Zidane did nothing to kill the story at his media conference ahead of the derby with Atletico Madrid.
Zidane said: “Neymar is very good, for sure, but I know I have the best players here.
“We focus on the squad we have today, everything else we will see in the future.”