Neymar Jr. has launched yet another case against FC Barcelona according to 'El Mundo'. The PSG player believes he is owed money for part of his salary when he left to join PSG.
The Brazilian star is seeking around €3.5m in damages and has accused Barça of acting in "absolutely bad faith" and that they've "retaliated" against him for joining PSG.
Neymar had suggested he would withdraw his cases against Barça if they re-signed him in the summer.
The player believes his former club owes him part of his accrued salary as well as the second part of his loyalty bonus when he signed a new deal. He also wants €100,000 for bonuses in his last Barça contract which, alongside interest, is around €3.5m in total.
According to 'El Mundo', Neymar claims the club had promised to pay him these owed amounts and have therefore broken the agreement.
Neymar presented the case via 'Laffer Abogados'.
Un largo recorrido judicial
Neymar already has an ongoing case against Barça due to the failure of paying him the second part of his bonus for signing a new contract. The Samba star asked for €30m whilst the club claimed they were owed €9m plus damages.
Barça left the sum of money owed with a lawyer but, once Neymar completed his move to PSG, the club announced they would not complete the payment. So Neymar sued them.
Despite all this, Barça spent most of the summer trying to re-sign Neymar but were unable to agree a fee with PSG.