Neymar, the star striker of Paris Saint-Germain in the French first division, is close to agreeing to personal terms with Al-Hilal of the Saudi Professional League, according to multiple reports.
Paris Saint-Germain and Al-Hilal are reported to be progressing to the ‘final stages’ of a deal after a football insider shared Fabricius Roman It’s called “huge”.
The French club is said to be asking 80 million euros ($88 million) for him in negotiations which are progressing smoothly, ESPN I mentioned Sunday. The report stated that the 31-year-old is set to sign a two-year deal for 100 million euros annually at Al-Hilal.
Neymar reportedly told his management that he did not want to return to Paris Saint-Germain on August 7, two months after news emerged that French star Kylian Mbappe intended to leave.
Mbappe looks likely to remain with PSG after he rejected a massive offer from Al Hilal and returned to the first team’s training squad after “positive discussions”. Watch from the crowd during the club’s opening goalless draw against Lorient as Neymar also missed the game.
Neymar has spent the past six seasons with Paris Saint-Germain, partnering with Mbappe to take the club to five Ligue 1 titles since 2017. Lionel Messi, who was part of Paris Saint-Germain in their recent championship victories, also left this summer to join Inter Miami from Major. football League.
Neymar scored 82 goals for Paris Saint-Germain, and assisted 48 goals. The Brazil international has scored 150 goals and 83 assists in 235 club appearances.
With Al-Hilal, he is likely to join Kalidou Koulibaly, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and Ruben Neves. The last loss for the Saudi club was against Al-Nasr 2-1 in the Arab Club Cup final on Saturday. That match witnessed two goals from former Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo.
Now, it looks like Neymar could become the next player to achieve instant success in the Saudi Professional League.