Brazilian Superstar Neymar is said to be "fed up" with PSG boss Unai Emery after failing to adapt to his manager's style of training, according to Le Parisien.
Neymar and his team have enjoyed a brilliant start to the season, but reports coming out of France suggest that the relationship between the Spanish manager and his world-record signing is beginning to worsen.
The main reason behind the unrest of the world famous Brazilian is said to be that he is unhappy at being treated like any other player, as he believes that his price tag warrants special treatment.
This is not the first time Neymar has complained about his boss, with Marca reporting that the Brazil international went to the board at PSG to discuss the possibility of a new coach after becoming irritated by the constant video analysis method of the Spanish coach.
Neymar also states that he is not the only player in the PSG squad that is unhappy with Emery's methods, with fellow Brazilians Dani Alves and Thiago Silva reported to have a poor relationship with their manager.
This news coming out of Paris seems to suggest that Emery does not know how to deal with the superstars of world football, but what this report truly shows is that the money in the game now is causing a divide even in teams such as PSG.
The story suggests that Neymar believes that he is above all others due to his price tag and wages, which indicates that he puts himself before the team. Regardless of ability, if a player puts himself above the team and everyone is aware of the situation, then that player would normally be told by his teammates to change his attitude, but because of the money spent on the Brazilian the issue is swept under the carpet.
Footballer signed for $200m on a $40m per year salary. $40m. For kicking a ball. Crazy world of celebrity wages. No wonder pay TV costs ££££— megan key (@megs_key) August 3, 2017
Neymar was not in the squad that destroyed French outfit Angier 5-0 at the weekend due to injury. PSG are currently top of Ligue 1 and are outright favorites to win the league. It will be interesting to see what happens in Paris within the next few weeks, and if results begin to slip will it be the end of Emery's time at PSG?