Failing to play with PSG, Neymar plays comedy: he appears in Brazilian monk in two episodes modified season 3 of the series "La Casa de Papel".

Brazilian football star Neymar announced Tuesday on Twitter that she will participate in the third season of "La Casa de Papel", the most watched non-English series on Netflix, and quipped about the transfer rumors.

"My favourite series"

"I realized my dream of participating in my favorite series, and now I can share 'Joao' with you! Thanks La Casa de Papel!" Wrote the Brazilian on the social network, accompanying his message with a short video where we see him removing the mask of Dali characteristic characters of the series. "Welcome to the band # LCDP3", replied in Portuguese the official account of the series.

I had a hard time realizar meu sonho fazer parte da minha series favorita. E agora eu posso compartilhar o João com todos vocês!
Gracias @lacasadepapel! # LCDP3 # nuevofichaje # / fxwWieoP0N

- Neymar Jr (@neymarjr) August 27, 2019

In episodes 6 and 8 of season 3, which a new version was put online Tuesday on Netflix, found the AFP, Neymar interprets a Brazilian monk named Joao. Season 3 was posted online on July 19th. "I do not like football or the party," said the monk in a conversation about Brazil with Berlin, one of the main characters in the series. "At the World Cup, I always pray for our selection," adds his character, before retiring.

Rough months

The last few months of the Brazilian number 10 of Paris have been agitated: suspended for having hit a spectator in the final of the Coupe de France, a time accused of rape and forfeit for the Copa América due to an umpteenth injury to the right foot, Neymar is at the center of rumors of transfers sending him one day to Barcelona, ​​the other to Madrid.

The rape complaint against him was finally dropped in Brazil. But the plot around his sporting future remains a few days from the end of the transfer window in Europe (September 2). Ironically on the transfer rumors, the most expensive player in history, arrived in Paris in 2017 against 222 million euros, matched his message on Twitter keyword "#nuevofichaje" (#nouvellerecrue).