Currently involved in a transfer tug-of-war between current club Barcelona and oil rich Paris Saint Germain, Brazillian soccer sensation Neymar Jr. is the latest big name to feature in Complex's Sneaker Shopping series.

A self-confessed sneaker obsessive, Neymar recently made waves when he was one of the first celebrities to be spotted rocking the coveted Supreme x Nike Air More Uptempo "Metallic Gold." A year prior, the Samba forward realized a personal dream by releasing a pack in tandem with Michael Jordan, his idol, and Jordan Brand.

Long earmarked as the heir to Cristiano Ronaldo at Nike Soccer, it comes as no surprise that any brands aside from The Swoosh are off the menu. While discussing his relationships with the likes of Justin Bieber and Odell Beckham, the poster boy racks up grail after grail, spending a record-setting $18,000 in the end. That might sound like a lot, but it's nothing more than a drop in the ocean when you consider his rumored PSG contract is said to be worth some $850,000 per week.

Watch Neymar's translated episode above, and then check out P Diddy shopping for kicks below.

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