He tried to continue playing but a few moments later made a decision to leave, kicking a ball away with his left foot before limping away.
The federation says Neymar had been in pain since the team's 1-1 draw against Switzerland on Sunday, when he was consistently fouled.
He had been playing keep-away with a few other players when he started showing signs of discomfort, and at one point bent down and grabbed his ankle.
"It's normal for a football player to feel some pain, especially Neymar with the number of fouls that he's suffered in the last game". "Since today was only a recovery session for the starters, and he complained about pain, he ended going to rehabilitation".
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"Neymar felt some pain in his right ankle, so that's the reason he left training". In a longer version of the video sent to journalists, Neymar took free kicks. It had already guaranteed after the match there was nothing wrong with Neymar even though he was limping when he talked to reporters. But fans were shocked when Brazilian playmaker sported an unruly mop of blonde hair for his nation's World Cup opener against Switzerland.
However, the world's most expensive player made a scoring return to action in friendly wins over Croatia and Austria prior to Brazil's arrival in Russian Federation, and lines up alongside Chelsea's Willian and Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus in a menacing front three.
Neymar was out all of March, April and May with a fractured right foot and sprained ankle after he was injured in a French league match in late February. "When he is on the field he helps us a lot".