Neymar has made headlines for the wrong reasons again over in France, this time for becoming embroiled in a training ground 'bust-up' with manager Unai Emery.
The Brazilian superstar, who joined the club in the summer for a £198m world record fee from Barcelona, has been in fine form for Paris Saint-Germain, but his time at the club so far has been somewhat marred by reports of a misplaced sense of self-entitlement and arrogance.
He is reported to have a particularly tumultuous relationship with Edinson Cavani, who recently said that the pair 'don't have to be friends' in order to make things work on the pitch.
That came after Neymar tried to steal penalty-taking duties from the Uruguayan during a match against Lyon, and the pair became heated in the dressing room afterwards.
L'Equipe claim that the 25-year-old has now had a bust-up with Emery, who had divided his squad into players that played against Anderlecht in the Champions League and those that didn't.
Those that did feature were told to finish up early, which Neymar supposedly took issue with as he wanted to train for longer.
Neymar may be an unsettling presence at the moment but it certainly doesn't seem to be to the detriment of the team - the Parisians have been in fine fettle throughout the new season so far, and are top of both Ligue 1 and their Champions Leagu group.