According to Edouardo Cisse, Paris Saint-Germain top player, Neymar has become a spoilt brat at the club.
Cisse who insists that the €222 million (£190m/$257m) star had “a cleaner style of play” at Barcelona explained how he performed well in Barcelona because he was under control.
PSG forked out a world-record fee to bring Neymar to Parc des Princes from Barca in the summer of 2017, investing in the talent of a man who had established himself as one of the most dangerous wingers in the game during his four-year stay at Camp Nou.
Neymar has since helped the French giants win 10 domestic trophies, but hasn’t quite lived up to his price tag amid struggles with injury and off-field disciplinary issues, with Cisse of the opinion that he was managed better at Barca.
“At Barcelona there was a structure,” the former PSG midfielder has told Le Parisien. “[Neymar] had a cleaner style of play, although he dribbled more.
“His job was to break the defensive line, make the difference and pass the ball to General [Lionel] Messi. He did it so well that he became his ‘alter ego’.
“In Paris, they gave him the keys and they let him do what he wanted. In one moment, he was lost.
“He is a great player, no one can dispute that, but he has become a spoilt brat and he bosses everyone around.”