PSG Neymar Jr shows his training session online during coronavirus break [Video]

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Brazilian star and PSG forward Neymar Jr has shown his training session online after a suspension was placed on all domestic games in Europe. Many people have tagged this era in the world of football stay at home challenge an important moment in the world that football will never forget.

While many other football stars have resorted to becoming daddy care in their respective homes, Neymar Jr prefers to utilize the break to train harder until the suspension is lifted. In a short video shared online, the Brazilian star was seen doing a walkout session in his gym while he enjoys some nice music in the background.

Does it mean that Neymar Jr doesn’t have a family?

Neymar has a son named Davi Lucca, he was born in 2011 by Neymar’s ex-girlfriend Carolina Dantas. The only proof of the relationship between Neymar and Carolina Dantas is the birth of their son, thereafter, the duo went separate ways. So, Neymar surely has a son but in the custody of his former girlfriend and baby mama Carolina Dantas.

Neymar’s football Career in Europe

Neymar’s amazing style of play attracted Barcelona back in 2013 from his former club, Santos in Brazil. The perception of Neymar becoming like the legendary Brazilian footballer, Ronaldinho, was what prompted the interest of the Spanish giant club in signing Neymar Jr. Barcelona sealed Neymar’s deal with his boyhood club with a sum believed to be around  €57.3m at that time. Neymar’s combination with Lionel Messi and Luiz Suarez became a formidable attack all across Europe. Football fans especially Barcelona fans would pray that the combination of the three stars should remain forever, however, it was short-lived.

Paris Saint Germain came for the Brazilian player in 2017 with a huge sum of £200 million making him the most expensive player in the history of football. Neymar has been a player of PSG since that one to the present date.

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