Neymar’s private jet ‘is forced into an emergency landing en route to his homeland from Barbados’
PSG star Neymar’s private jet ‘is forced into an emergency landing en route to his homeland from Barbados’ just hours after he posted a picture from the runway
- PSG star Neymar’s private jet was reportedly forced into an emergency landing
- It is unclear whether the 30-year-old was onboard at the time of the incident
- Reports claim the aircraft later safely landed in the north east of Brazil
- The forward and his sister posted photos posing on a runway in front of a plane
PSG forward Neymar‘s private jet was forced into an emergency landing after leaving Barbados, according to reports.
The aircraft was said to be returning to the Brazil star’s homeland from Barbados when it was forced to declare an emergency.
It remains unclear whether the 30-year-old was onboard at the time of the incident.
PSG star Neymar’s private jet was forced into an emergency landing after leaving Barbados
The Brazil forward previously shared a photo from inside a plane overlooking Miami
According to The Sun, the aircraft landed safely in the north east of Brazil following the scare.
Neymar had earlier shared a photo to his Instagram story of himself and his sister Rafaella posing on a runway next to a plane.
The Brazilian also shared a photo taken from inside a plane overlooking Miami as they jetted back from holiday in the US.
Neymar, his sister and his girlfriend Bruna Biancardi were seen on the beach in Miami soaking up the sun earlier this week.
The 30-year-old also posted a snap of him and his sister Rafaella posing on a runway
The PSG star was winding down after playing poker and partying with the Golden State Warriors in Sin City after they clinched the NBA championship.
He headed on holiday in the US after international duty with Brazil. Neymar added three more goals to his international tally.
He found the net twice in their 5-1 win over South Korea before scoring the sole goal in their 1-0 victory over Japan.
The trio of goals sees him move to 74 for Brazil – just three behind the country’s leading goalscorer Pele.
PSG star Neymar (centre) was seen at a hotel in Miami with girlfriend Bruna Biancardi (right)
Neymar scored his ninth goal in five appearances against Japan for his 74th Brazil goal
Neymar previously splashed out £10.8m to buy the Embraer Legacy 450 aircraft, however it is unclear if that was the aircraft involved in the incident.
The plane reportedly can carry up to eight other passengers, cover up to 531 miles an hour and muster 2,900 nautical miles on a single tank.
Neymar also owns a personalised Mercedes helicopter, which is said to be inspired by the Batmobile and cost a total of £10.5million, according to BILD.
Neymar also owns a personalised helicopter, which is reportedly inspired by the Batmobile