Neymar: I'm fed up with ex-players

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Scroll through the gallery to see Neymar in action
Scroll through the gallery to see Neymar in action against Marseille over the weekend

Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar lost his cool during an expletive-laden rant after more criticism was aimed his way recently. 

The Brazilian has been on the receiving end of some harsh words after the French giants once again failed to achieve European glory following their humiliating exit from the UEFA Champions League at the round of 16 stage early in March. 

Scroll through the gallery above to see Neymar in action in PSG's 2-1 win over Olympique Marseille on the weekend

The 30-year-old was signed for a world record fee of 222 million (R3.5 billion) from Barcelona in 2017, and many, including a number of retired players, have lamented the winger's inability to help his team overcome adversity in his five-year stay at the Parc des Princes so far.  

Former Liverpool and Brazil star Fabio Aurelio was the latest ex-footballer to critique the South American for his off-field lifestyle.   

"You see [Cristiano] Ronaldo, [Lionel] Messi, they were there at the top level for 10 or 15 years, and you never heard about problems away from the pitch, but Neymar is always involved in things like this," the 42-year-old told Goal

"He needs to stay away from those things, because he is capable of amazing things.  

"Maybe now, the age he is, if you don't look after yourself, it can come back and haunt you.  

"He is still Neymar, and capable of doing things that you don't expect, but you see now he is not as fit as he used to be.

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Despite the noise surrounding the Selecao forward, he helped Mauricio Pochettino's side secure a 2-1 win over Olympique Marseille on Sunday, and after that match, Neymar seemingly responded to Aurelio's comments.

"Morally, I'm fed up with these ex-players who are there and only open their mouths to say s**t," he said, per PSG talk.

"Five minutes of interview, and all he did was talk about other people's lives.  

"If you want to criticise, criticise. But talking bulls**t like that is not possible."  

Here are PSG's five most expensive signings ever

Scroll through the gallery to see PSG's five most
Scroll through the gallery to see PSG's five most expensive signings ever
1. Neymar (€222m) - Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germa
1. Neymar (€222m) - Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain
3. Achraf Hakimi (€66.5m) - Inter Milan to Paris S
3. Achraf Hakimi (€66.5m) - Inter Milan to Paris Saint-Germain
2. Kylian Mbappe (€145m) - AS Monaco to Paris Sain
2. Kylian Mbappe (€145m) - AS Monaco to Paris Saint-Germain
5. Angel Di María (€63m) - Manchester United to Pa
5. Angel Di María (€63m) - Manchester United to Paris Saint-Germain
4. Edinson Cavani (€64.5m) - Napoli to Paris Saint
4. Edinson Cavani (€64.5m) - Napoli to Paris Saint-Germain