This is the luxurious Neymar mansion in Brazil where he seeks to isolate himself from the coronavirus

The health crisis that the world is living through coronavirus today it has Europe as the epicenter of the pandemic. With Italy and Spain as the countries with the highest number of confirmed cases of COVID-19, France is also one of the nations most affected by the virus which has already sickened more than 200 thousand people across the planet.

As in other areas of daily life, sport was paralyzed by the coronavirus: the major leagues around the world and from different disciplines decided to put a stop to their usual schedule, pending the evolution of the pandemic. And in the case of soccer in Europe, Ligue 1 -highest category in France-, is detained until further notice.

Without the need to stay in Paris, since PSG did not force him, Neymar got on a plane to Brazil to isolate himself. What place of residence did the footballer who became Olympic champion four years ago in Rio 2016 with his team choose? As indicated Esporte balloon -the renowned Brazilian media-, the former Barcelona went to the luxurious mansion that he acquired in Mangaratiba, in the south of the state of Rio de Janeiro.

The mansion, which Neymar bought when he visited his country in the run-up to the first Olympic Games to be held in South America, has all the comforts: from a heated pool -It also has an outdoor one- to a heliport. Further, It has six rooms, a sauna, a spa and Jacuzzi room, a pool table, a tennis court and a fully equipped gym..

This house, located on a land of 10 thousand square meters, became one of the favorite spaces for the PSG soccer player. Whenever he has a space on his agenda, Neymar takes advantage of time with friends and goes sailing along the coast. It's more, Two years ago, when he suffered a fracture in the metatarsal of his right foot and had to be in recovery for a couple of months, that was the attacker's bunker to regain energy in the preview of the 2018 World Cup in Russia. who disputed with the Brazilian national team.

As his communication team revealed, Neymar will maintain "Normally your training plan, performing all the procedures and guidelines that have been indicated from your club" waiting for football to be reactivated in France and all of Europe. The planning that the medical staff sent to the PSG staff includes an hour to an hour and a half of work per day It is made up of eight minutes of warm-up, 10 minutes of weight training, 35 to 40 minutes of cardiovascular work, five minutes of speed passes and another five minutes of stretching to finish.

It is important to remember that the Paris Saint Germain He is the current leader of the league: he has 68 points, 12 more than Olympique de Marseille, his immediate pursuer. In the absence of 10 days for the end of the contest, PSG is also classified for the quarterfinals of the Champions League, the great objective for the Parisian institution in recent times, After beating Borussia Dortmund in the previous instance.

Just like what happened with your compatriot, Another who left the French capital to travel to Brazil was defender Thiago Silva.. It is that with the announcement made this Tuesday by the President of France, Emmanuel Macron, who stipulated 15 days of total confinement for the entire population of the country, the Brazilian soccer players gambled to return to their countries.

The coronavirus situation in Brazil is the worst in all of Latin America: With 428 confirmed cases and four deaths from COVID-19, the state of São Paulo is the most affected. In addition, in the last hours, it was confirmed that the President of the Brazilian Senate, Davi Alcolumbre, was positively diagnosed.