New RB Leipzig winger Bruma has been described as a temperamental character by his former boss at Galatasaray, Igor Tudor.
The former Sporting Lisbon man is known for his supreme talents on the football field and eccentric behaviour off of it.
Die Bullen completed a €12.5m transfer for the 22-year-old earlier this month after his explosive displays for the Turkish giants; where he scored 11 goals and registered eight assists in 37 games last season.
However, Tudor admits he was allowed to join the Bundesliga side for the sake of improving the harmony and morale of his squad and even claimed his behaviour was worse than Zlatan Ibrahimovic – whom he played with during his time at Juventus.
"I like Bruma a lot, he is still young, but already a top player," he told Bild. "But the fact is that there are 20 more players in a squad. They all listen to you, except Bruma.
"I played with Ibrahimovic at some point and have experienced a lot throughout my career," he added.
"I have never seen someone behave like Bruma. It might be the way he was raised. He crossed a line."