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Neymar showed no hesitance in splashing his wealth.

Neymar's new mansion in Rio de Janeiro is incredible

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Neymar recently celebrated extending his Barcelona contract by investing in a new mansion in Portobello that covers 6,265 squared metres of land.

Barcelona didn't hesitate to extend the superstar's contract -which was due to expire in June 2018 - and recently bumped up the length to 2021 with reported annual salary of €15 million.

He has been quick to flaunt this extra money, with the mansion likely being one of his many grand purchases in years to come.

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He is not unknown to making expensive purchases, but this piece of land is truly something spectacular.

The extraordinary property - featured just an hour outside of Rio de Janeiro - is set to include a helipad, a swimming pool, a tennis court, six suites and a pier, as reported by Marca.

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Neymar's mansion (pictures)

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Though it’s probable that he will rent out the mansion, given that he will be in Spain with Barcelona.

The mansion, however, will be fitting to his collection, given that he has already invested in a yacht and a private jet which has already set him back €4 million and €3.5 million respectively.

Still, given the Brazilian’s sponsorship deals, image rights and wages, there is little doubt that money is definitely not going to be a problem for the player in years to come.

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