There's trouble in paradise at the Parc des Princes according to Brazil, with world record transfer Neymar still adjusting to life in the French capital.
The 25-year-old made his £198m switch to PSG in the summer to the surprise of football fans everywhere, and despite some healthy looking statistics, it hasn't all been plain sailing so far.
On top of the situation between he and Edinson Cavani, AS claim Neymar is struggling to obtain the respect of the dressing room because they think he receives too many special privileges, and that he doesn't have a good relationship with Unai Emery.
Many of the first team squad are suspicious of him and the way he is behaving having come from a dressing room full of superstars.
The Brazilian contingent at the club are doing all they can to help him feel at ease, and Marquinhos said in a press conference this week: "It is not enough to be a good coach, you also have to be a good manager to work with people of high level. Tite [the Brazil coach] manages to do that job with excellence.
"He is a great man, a great father, a great coach and has the virtues of great people. He is very loyal to the players and makes you feel important in the dressing room and in front of the cameras."
Neymar missed PSG's comprehensive 4-0 win over Angers at the weekend with a muscle injury, but is expected to return in the yellow of Brazil to face Japan and England over the international break.