Neymar: PSG fans wear shirts taunting Piqué over "He's staying" tweet

At Paris Saint-Germain's Ligue 1 opener, fans wore shirts mocking Gerard Piqué's post, which had suggested Neymar wouldn't be going to France.

PSG fans wear shirts taunting Piqué over "He's staying" tweet

Photos have emerged of Paris Saint-Germain fans wearing shirts mocking the tweet published by Gerard Piqué before Neymar's move to the Ligue 1 club.

Fans sport shirts reading "SE QUEDA" and "SE QUEDA PAS"

Piqué's Twitter post late last month, in which he was pictured alongside his now former Barcelona team-mate above the caption "Se queda" ("He's staying"), had appeared to suggest the forward wouldn't be leaving the Camp Nou.

However, PSG sealed a world-record 222m-euro swoop earlier this week - and the French club's supporters weren't missing the opportunity to take the mickey out of the defender during the side's league opener against Amiens on Saturday.

Fans at the game at the Parc des Princes could be seen in PSG shirts bearing Neymar's number and - instead of the Brazilian's name - Piqué's tweet.

And one follower's replica jersey was printed with a single French word added to the original Spanish to read "SE QUEDA PAS" ("HE'S NOT STAYING").

Neymar unable to make PSG bow against Amiens

Neymar was paraded on the pitch before the 2-0 win over newly-promoted Amiens, a match in which he was unable to make his debut due to paperwork issues.