Paris Saint-Germain superstar Neymar reportedly wants UEFA to kick his former club FC Barcelona out of the Champions League.
The former Santos forward is unhappy that the Blaugrana have not paid him his loyalty bonus, which was owed to him at the beginning of this season.
According to Omnisport, the Brazilian's legal team has approached European football's governing body on the matter, and they want some action to take place.
The player's representatives believe the former Barca star is owed a €26 million (R421 million) bonus, which was stipulated in a contract extension he signed with the Blaugrana last season.
FIFA confirmed, in August, that they are investigating an official complaint that was made by Neymar's team, but they would not say when a judgement would be made.
The Catalan club has refused to pay the outstanding money to the 25-year-old as they feel the player breached his side of the contract by opening negotiations with Paris Saint-Germain at the beginning of the current campaign.
The La Liga giants have opened their own case against the player, and are asking him to return €8.5 million, plus 10% of the renewal premium they paid him when he signed his last contract with them.
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