Brazilian international and Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar has posted photos of himself with his own Mercedes helicopter.
The 29-year-old is not hesitant in hiding his goal of living life to the full and making the most out of his fame and money.
He just posted a photo of himself in front of the customized car, which is displayed in the yard of his luxurious Rio de Janeiro mansion.
Neymar, who has an incredible 155 million followers on Instagram, posted a photo of himself striking a casual stance while perched on his garden wall.
Neymar was seen relaxing in socks, shorts, and a Puma hoodie after a long season in which he led Brazil to the Copa America final, where they were ultimately defeated by fierce rivals Argentina at the Maracana.
The helicopter can be seen in the backdrop of the snap, sitting proudly on Neymar’s front lawn, which looks as good as any professional football field.
Bild previously reported that the chopper cost Neymar Jnr. £10.5 million and was emblazoned with the initials NJR.
According to rumors, Batman’s batmobile served as inspiration for the design of the newest Mercedes model, the H-145.
Neymar is rumored to be a DC Comics superfan, with batman-inspired tattoos and a history of cosplaying as the Dark Knight.
The Brazilian superstar is now on vacation at his lavish property, which is believed to be located about 60 miles down the coast from Rio.
The resort is presumably located in Mangaratiba, a scenic region famed for its many beautiful beaches and for serving as the filming location for The Expendables.
The attacker had a disappointing season with both club and country as Paris Saint-Germain were unexpectedly beaten by Lille in the Ligue 1 final.
Despite stunning eliminations of Barcelona and Bayern Munich in the Champions League, PSG ultimately fell short as they were eliminated by Manchester City in the quarterfinals.
After moving to Paris from Barcelona for £200 million in the summer of 2017, Neymar remained the world’s most expensive footballer, but he also came up short on the international stage this summer.
Brazil, the 2019 tournament hosts and defending champions, suffered a heartbreaking 1-0 loss to Argentina at home in the Maracana, their first competitive loss in the stadium since 1950.