The Paris Saint-Germain star, who broke his right leg during a fixture against Marseille in February, was photographed walking on crutches, wearing protective boots as he went shopping with his girlfriend Bruna Marquezine at Shopping Village Mall in Rio de Janerio.
Although he has performed well in his debut season at Parc des Princes, the notable lack of competition in French football means he is unlikely to contest for the Ballon d'Or that he so desperately wants.
"But I believe that if he stays at PSG, it will not happen".
Speaking to GloboEsporte's Esporte Espetacular he said: 'It is very likely that Neymar will go to Madrid.
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"He has to leave the PSG".
'If you look at England, Spain, Italy, Germany... it's different.
Spanish sports daily Marca have claimed that Neymar could leave PSG in the close season of 2019 for 222 million euros, the same fee for which he arrived from Barcelona. His situation was very hard there.
Brazilian footballer Neymar has been making the most of his injury, it seems. And with the strained relations existing between Neymar and PSG boss Unai Emery, it seems nearly inevitable that the Brazilian will leave the Parisians in the near future.
Neymar, 26, joined PSG in the off-season in a world-record £200m (R3.4b) deal from FC Barcelona, citing his ambition to win the Ballon d'Or without having to personally compete with five-time victor of the coveted honour, Lionel Messi.