Obviously, the "problems to move" invoked by Christophe Galtier do not bother him all the time. Absent from the match where PSG secured its title of champion of France (1-1) Saturday night in Strasbourg, Neymar was however keen to go Sunday to Monaco. The Brazilian, who has been out until the end of the season since a sprain contracted against Lille in February, made the trip to the Principality to follow the traditional Formula 1 Grand Prix.
The attacker was spotted on the Rock several times before the start of the race. First via images broadcast by Canal + where the 31-year-old player appears, can of Red Bull in hand.
Look who we met @CanalplusFoot 😍
Crowned Champion of France last night, Neymar is at the #MonacoGP #F1 🇲🇨 pic.twitter.com/aeiiKRpPd4
— CANAL+ F1® (@CanalplusF1) May 28, 2023
Neymar then took the break in the pits alongside the mechanics of the team sponsored by the energy drink brand, whose world champion Max Verstappen started from pole position. The PSG player smiles in the front row with British actor Tom Holland, interpreter of Spiderman in the cinema, in a photo broadcast on social networks by Red Bull Racing and also shared on the Instagram account of its official website.
"Neymar has problems moving, but he was present yesterday (Friday) in the dressing room for the last training session. Do not make conclusions, "justified the day before Christophe Galtier, while other injured like Marquinhos, Kimpembe or Hakimi had moved to Strasbourg to celebrate the title with their partners.
Donnarumma and Verratti also present
Two other PSG players, starters in Alsace, were seen on the sidelines of the Formula 1 Grand Prix: goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma and Marco Verratti, present with his partner Jessica Aidi. Another footballer, Real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, is also in the Principality.
Arrived in the summer of 2017 at PSG, Neymar could leave the Parisian club this summer. Targeted by some of the Parisian fans, the Brazilian could find a new base while his contract runs until 2027.