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According to reports in G1 Globo, a Brazilian man has been arrested on suspicion of selling cocaine capsules carrying an image of Neymar on them.
The suspect told police that Neymar's image was intended to give the illegal substance "added value."
The arrest was made during a routine patrol in Sao Vicente, a southern coastal city of southern Sao Paulo.
Barcelona's injury crisis deepened on Thursday after it was confirmed defender Dani Alves will face a spell on the sidelines with a calf injury.
The Brazilian full-back should miss a week to 10 days of action after suffering a slight tear to the soleus muscle of his right leg.
While his injury is not a long-term concern, it does give Barcelona boss Gerardo Martino an added headache as the full-back joins fellow first-team players Victor Valdes, Jordi Alba, Gerard Pique, Cesc Fabregas and Lionel Messi on the sidelines.
Lionel Messi has praised Cristiano Ronaldo, but refused to be drawn on whether the Portuguese international is enjoying the best moment of his career.
Speaking the Marca, Messi said:
"I don't know if Cristiano Ronaldo is enjoying his best form right now, because he is always great, scoring goals in every game he plays and always determined for his team and country. He's been doing this for many years and you hardly notice if he's at his best or a little bit below it."
Barcelona's second choice keeper Jose Manuel Pinto has used his practise time well to copy Rene Higuita's famous save against England.
Spanish daily Marca are reporting that Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes is Manchester City's main target for next summer.
The Spanish international will run down his contract at the Camp Nou in order to leave on a free, with both Monaco and the Premier League side hoping to acquire his services.
It is reported that Valdes will choose which team offers the most money in terms of wages once his deal expires, but he could also be swayed by their respective success this season.
Sergio Busquets has backed his Barcelona team-mate Lionel Messi to manage his latest injury properly and return to action "100 per cent" fit.
– Barcelona midfielder Sergio Busquets
Messi is intelligent, he knows what he needs. This is not a short-term injury.
He's going to recover as well as possible, and he will do so calmly. He knows what he needs better than anyone else, and he knows that rushing things can lead to complications.
When he comes back he'll be at 100 per cent.
Lionel Messi says he will be back playing football "when the body tells me I'm fine" and not a minute sooner as he recovers from his latest hamstring injury.
– Barcelona forward Leo Messi
The plan is to resume playing when the body tells me I'm fine.
I'm sad because I did not expect it and I'm also angry because it is an injury that happened to me right after another.
"'m not worried, really. This injury happened because it had to happen. There is nothing unusual or anything to look back at.
A hit, a bad move and I was injured.