The Brazilian is eager to leave Paris Saint-Germain before the September 2 deadline after realising his decision to leave Spain in 2017 was indeed a poor one.
He hasn't exactly hidden those feelings of late, avoiding PSG's pre-season campaign to remain out in Brazil - he is also yet to feature in Ligue 1 this season despite returning to training.
But the big issue with him moving on is finances. Thomas Tuchel's side want to recoup most of - if not all of - the £198m they splashed on Neymar two summers ago.
Despite a move still looking unlikely this year, the staff at PSG have made their feelings towards the Brazilian known.
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A video clip from Cuatro shows Neymar engaged in a verbal altercation with a club employee, who responds by labelling him a "money grabber", per AS.
It's official: the staff at PSG are tired of Neymar's antics.
The 27-year-old was supposed to be the catalyst for the French side's rise to being the best team in world football.
While he's contributed numerous goals and assists during his two years, there have simply been too many injuries and inept performances in the latter rounds of the Champions League.
Kylian Mbappe has also become the focal point and talisman at PSG, which has likely only spurred on Neymar's desire to leave.
He wanted to leave the shadow of Lionel Messi at Barca and become the main man at one of Europe's top teams.
If he is unable to do that, it's probably best to crawl back into the shadow of the greatest player in world football.News Now - Sport News