Neymar rakes in £464k a month in 'ethical bonuses' thanks to 'courtesy' clause in eye-watering PSG contract

PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN ace Neymar earns an extra £465,000 a month from the French club in 'ethical bonuses', according to reports.

It's believed PSG pay the Brazil international, 29, an eye-watering bonus for being friendly to fans and not criticising the team.

According to El Mundo via Marca, Neymar gets paid an extra €541,680 – around £465,300 – for being PSG's perfect employee.

The player is said to get the bonus for being courteous, punctual, friendly and 'available to fans' by greeting them before and after games.

It's thought Neymar also needs to avoid criticising the team's 'tactical setup' and the club in general if he wants to boost his bank balance.

The news comes after it was revealed the Brazilian icon reportedly gets paid £37million PER YEAR by PSG.

If rumours are to be believed, Neymar earns more than £711,500-a-week in the French capital – making him one of the world's best paid footballers.

But that's still not as much as new team-mate and close friend Lionel Messi, who reportedly takes home £1MILLION each week at PSG.


And if Neymar decides to activate a renewal clause in his contract for a sixth year, it's thought his salary will rise to £43m.

The former Barcelona star joined PSG for a world record fee of £198m in 2017, a deal which significantly inflated the transfer market.

According to Marca, Neymar took home an incredible €400MILLION – around £343m – during his first season in France.

It's unclear what this alleged figure is made up from, although image rights, sponsorship deals and signing-on fees could have been involved.

Fellow Brazilian great Ronaldinho had a 'nightclub clause' in his Flamengo contract that allowed him to go out twice a week.

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