Neymar misses Barcelona and “regrets” his world record move to Paris Saint-Germain, according to reports in Spain.
The Brazil superstar left La Liga giants for Ligue 1 in a blockbuster €222 million deal during the summer.
But the 25-year-old forward has endured a mixed start to life in Paris.
Neymar has scored 10 times in 11 games, but on the flipside, fell out with strike partner Edinson Cavani.
He was also sent off in his most recent appearance for PSG, and now reports in Spain state he is unhappy with boss Unai Emery’s tactics.
Catalan TV station La Porteria tweeted: “La Porteria understands that the Brazilian regrets having left Barça and misses his life in Barcelona.
“The player is unhappy with Emery and his methods. The player’s environment does not feel comfortable in Paris either.”
The PSG manager recently warned Neymar not to fall into the trap of provocation during games, writes the Mirror.
“He’s an intelligent player, conscious of all that he suffers,” said Emery. “Last Sunday will teach him a lesson.
“Marseille players pushed him, fouled him. It’s important referees control that. But he should not fall victim to the provocation, although I understand players are humans.”