Neymar Joins Paris Saint-Germain On China Tour

Updated: 02 August 2018 13:29 IST

Neymar, wearing a canary-yellow hoodie, posed for pictures with airport staff before his noisy welcome in the arrivals hall.

Neymar Joins Paris Saint-Germain On China Tour
Neymar arrived in China to much fanfare. © YouTube

Dozens of screaming fans welcomed Brazil star Neymar on Thursday as he flew in to China to join his Paris Saint-Germain teammates after his disappointing FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia. The world's most expensive player, wearing a canary-yellow hoodie, posed for pictures with airport staff before his noisy welcome in the arrivals hall. Footage on Neymar's Twitter account showed him signing Barcelona, Brazil and PSG shirts before being guided through the crowd by minders and security staff.

Neymar's arrival, ahead of Saturday's French Super Cup game against Monaco in Shenzhen, comes more than five months after his last appearance for PSG following a foot injury in late February.

The flamboyant forward then endured a turbulent World Cup as Brazil were stunned by Belgium in the quarter-finals and he was widely lampooned for his play-acting.

"I didn't want to see a ball, or to see any more football played," the 26-year-old told AFP last month in an interview, describing his World Cup disappointment.

However, Thursday's enthusiastic welcome indicated that his popularity in China remains very much intact.

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Highlights
  • Neymar joins OSG teammates on China tour
  • PSG face Monaco in a French Super Cup game in Shenzhen on Saturday
  • Neymar's last appearance for PSG came 5 months back
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