Neymar on the Move: Al Hilal and Paris Saint-Germain Reach Agreement for Brazilian Forward’s Transfer
Neymar’s Next Chapter: A Whopping £129.4m Yearly Earnings Await Him in Saudi Arabia, PSG to Gain £86.3m from Brazilian’s Transfer – A Contrast to His £200m Arrival in 2017. Amidst a Turbulent Parisian Summer, Marked by Lionel Messi’s Miami Move and the Kylian Mbappe Standoff.
Neymar to Al Hilal, here we go! 🚨🔵🇸🇦— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) August 14, 2023
After new huge bid revealed two days ago, documents are now approved by all parties involved.
Ney will travel to Saudi this week.
Two year contract.
PSG set to receive bit less than €100m fee.
Medical to be completed today. pic.twitter.com/R6zR5glroe
The vibrant Brazilian talent, Neymar, is on the brink of a new adventure as he readies himself to embrace a two-year contract. Today, he’s undergoing his medical evaluation, with his transition expected to wrap up within the next 48 hours.
Insiders closely connected to PSG, who’ve been contemplating Neymar’s departure for the last three transfer windows, suggest that the club is poised to secure up to £86.3m from this transfer, a stark contrast to the record-breaking £200m they invested to bring him from Barcelona in 2017.
At the age of 31, Neymar doesn’t feature prominently in the plans of PSG’s new head coach, Luis Enrique. This has led to the decision to part ways with the forward, a strategic move to refocus the team around a younger, more determined lineup.
Kaveh Solhekol, a familiar voice on Sky Sports News, reports that Neymar is set to earn a staggering £129.4m annually in Saudi Arabia, an impressive six-fold increase from his PSG wages.
The transfer market buzz also included Al Hilal’s pursuits of Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe during this summer window. However, Messi’s choice was Inter Miami, and it seems Mbappe is inclined to continue his journey with PSG.”