Paris Saint-Germain star and Brazil international Neymar has showed off pictures of himself alongside his personalised Mercedes helicopter.
The 29-year-old is not shy in hiding his desire of living life to the full and making the most out of his fame and fortune.
He has now shared an image of himself posing in front of the personalised vehicle which sits proudly in the front garden of his stunning Rio de Janiero home.
The image was posted on Neymar’s Instagram feed – which has a remarkable 155million followers – as he struck a relaxed pose whilst sitting on his garden wall.
Neymar was dressed in socks, shorts and a Puma-branded hoodie, as he enjoys his downtime following a gruelling campaign which concluded by the forward inspiring Brazil to the final of the Copa America – only to be beaten by fierce rivals Argentina at the Maracana.
The helicopter appears in the background of the photo, proudly perched on the immaculate lawn of Neymar’s front garden – on grass that appears to be in a condition to rival many top football pitches.
A previous report in Bild claimed that the cost of the helicopter was a total of £10.5million and it is marked by the initials NJR – standing for Neymar Jnr.
The H-145 model is one of the latest off the Mercedes production line and its design is said to be inspired from themes of Batman’s bat mobile.
Neymar is said to be a huge fan of the DC Comics franchise and has previously dressed up as the Dark Knight at fancy dress parties and also has batman-inspired tattoos.
The Brazilian superstar’s luxurious home is thought to be around 60 miles down the coast from Rio in his home nation, where he is currently relaxing on holiday.
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The resort is thought to be in the picturesque area of Mangaratiba which is known for its multiple stunning beaches and is also wear the film The Expendables was recorded.
The forward endured a frustrating campaign for club and country as Paris Saint-Germain lost their grip on the Ligue 1 title with Lille winning the crown against all the odds.
PSG also fell short in the Champions League – despite their eye-catching elimination of both Barcelona and Bayern Munich in the competition – as they were ousted by Manchester City in the last four.
Neymar – who remains the world’s most expensive footballer following his £200million switch to the French capital from Barcelona in the summer of 2017 – also fell just short on the international scene this summer.
Brazil lost out on the Copa America title – they were the hosts this time and had won the competition in 2019 – as they painfully lost 1-0 at home to Argentina in the Maracana – their first competitive loss in the stadium since 1950.
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