Original title: Neymar's homophobia has not been punished by Ligue 1 and Spain seeks 34.6 million taxes from him
Last night and this morning, Neymar received good news and bad news. In Ligue 1, Neymar will not be suspended for allegedly using homophobic speech. But at the same time, Neymar has to be pursued by the Spanish tax authorities for 34.6 million euros in taxes.
Half a month ago, Paris lost 0-1 to Marseille in the French National Derby. In that game, Neymar was sent off for hitting Alvaro in the back of the head. After becoming red, Neymar claimed that he had been racially discriminated against by Alvaro. Marseille denied this and accused Neymar of homophobic remarks about Alvaro. Now Ligue 1 officially announced that neither Neymar nor Alvaro will be punished due to insufficient evidence.
In that game, Neymar made insulting remarks about "CTM Chinese" to Japanese player Hiroki Sakai. This video was exposed by Searle Radio yesterday. Whether Neymar will be punished for this remark, there is no final conclusion yet.
在那场比赛中，内马尔对日本选手坂井裕树（Hiroki Sakai）发表了侮辱性的言论，称“ CTM中文”。该视频昨天由Searle Radio公开。内马尔是否会因为这一言论而受到惩罚，目前尚无最终结论。
The Ligue 1 officials spared Neymar, but the Spanish tax authorities were about to add to his obstacles. On Wednesday, the Spanish tax authorities announced a list of tax owed taxes, and Neymar's name was listed impressively. Neymar's tax owed is as high as 34.6 million euros. Neymar's tax arrears mainly came from the bonus he received when he renewed his contract with Barcelona. Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Cassie, Villa, Pepe, Xavi Alonso, Diego Costa and others have all been involved in tax turmoil in recent years. Now, Neymar is about to become the next target of Spanish tax authorities.