Barcelona might be trying to come to terms with a crisis on the pitch following their El Clasico defeat, but the justice department in Spain are still trying to tie up the loose ends of an institutional crisis that started a decade ago.
He has been acquitted over those initial charges after two different cases and over a year of preventative prison was served.
On Monday morning, he appeared back in court accused of corruption between individuals in Barcelona. The prosecution is asking for five years in prison.
Appearing on the benches alongside him are another disgraced Barcelona President Josep Maria Bartomeu and the player himself, Neymar.
It frequently seems the case that whatever charges are brought against footballers, they rarely end up in prison. The likelihood is that Neymar will be given a suspended sentence, as has happened with tax cases like Iker Casillas, Rafael Nadal and Lionel Messi.