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Brazil Fan Makes Neymar Next-Of-Kin, Wills Everything to Him

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By Dewey Olson - - 5 Mins Read
Neymar Jr (Twitter)
PSG football star Neymar JR (Twitter) |

A Thirty-year-old Brazilian Fan of Neymar Has Successfully Willed Everything To Him After Making Him Next of Kin


The anonymous fan claimed that his love goes beyond a love for the national team and Brazil's football legacy, and he identified with Neymar, which led him to name the Brazil striker in his will officially.


In an interview with local media outlet Metropoles, He said, "I do like Neymar and identify with him a lot. I also suffer from defamation, love family bonds and I'm also very family-oriented, and Neymars relationship with his father always reminds me of mine with my father, who has passed away."


Speaking about Neymar's relationship with his father, the row with environmental agents recently saw Neymar's father arrested on environmental crime charges after he carried out banned construction on his son's mansion (Rio de Janeiro).


If Neymar does receive the lump sum, it may help his family pay off the $1 million fine they are charged over the unauthorized artificial lake built at his mansion.


The local Mangaratiba Municipal Environment Department carried out the arrest operation, and the agents of the municipality's Environmental Protection Group, alongside the Environmental Military Police.


The environmental crime complaint initially reported to Mangaratiba City Hall, was streamed from a video Neymar Jnr posted on his Instagram account, revealing an artificial lake that the former Barcelona player is building at his property.


Before his arrest, Neymar Da Silva Santos was said to have an ongoing issue with Mangaratiba's secretary of the environment, Shayenne Barreto.


Neymar and his father Neymar De Santos
Neymar and his father Neymar De Santos (Miss Da Silva Santos/YT)


According to a Brazilian outlet, Neymar Snr was released, and the Paris Saint-Germain player's father was cautioned that those in charge of carrying out the work need 'more education.' But was charged a fine of $ 1 million.


The 30-year-old added that he had tried to give his assets to the Brazil international before, which was unsuccessfully, but the will was a legal way to do so. The document was signed by a notary's office in Porto Alegre.


According to Forbes, Neymar is one of the world's richest sportsmen, with an estimated net worth of $85 million in 2023.


In 2011, Neymar won the South American Footballer of the Year Award at 19, after coming third in 2010. He followed this up by winning it again in 2012. He is widely known for his acceleration, dribbling,  speed, finishing, and ability with both feet. His playing style has earned him critical acclaim around the world.