There’s an ongoing battle at the club between the two South American camps, following Neymar’s spat with Cavani earlier in the season
All is not well in the Paris Saint-Germain dressing room at the moment.
They may be leading Ligue 1 by a massive nine points right now, but a number of internal problems in the squad are threatening to derail their entire season.
According to French outlet L’Equipe, there’s an ongoing battle between the two South American camps in the club.
The Brazilian corner, consisting of Neymar, Dani Alves and Thiago Silva, are seemingly at loggerheads with the likes of Javier Pastore and Edison Cavani.
We all remember the infamous squabble between Neymar and Cavani earlier in the season, but it looks like the latest fracas has been instigated by Silva.
Apparently, the Brazilian centre-back did not take too kindly to Cavani and Pastore returning to Paris late from their Christmas holidays.
In fact, the pair missed the midweek 2-0 French League Cup victory over Amiens, and were both subsequently fined by boss Unai Emery.
And speaking after the game, Silva said: “There is a difference between Pastore and Cavani…