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Barça won't sanction Neymar transfer until PSG pay €222m

The Brazilian is facing an anxious wait before he can make his debut for his new side The Brazilian is facing an anxious wait before he can make his debut for his new side
Tobias Pedroso | 11 Agosto, 2017, 06:53

Neymar Jr's world-record transfer to Paris Saint-Germain may have caused a sensation in the footballing world, but the laid-back Brazilian has been all smiles as he settles into his new home in the French capital.

While Bild, who unearthed the picture, cannot say for sure that Wittmann was in Barcelona to secure a transfer, they do note that the Spanish giants are one of six leading clubs from the Bundesliga, Premier League or La Liga to express an interest recently.

For Brighton and Newcastle, they probably didn't get the opening weekend matches that they would have liked, but if they can pull off an upset then that feeling will surely go away.

"It also looks like inflation is accelerating". Ronaldo is a fantastic player, one of the best I've ever seen, but he's been a bit unfortunate to be of the same generation as Messi.

"If the French federation does not start proceedings with FIFA, we could still receive the ICT up until Saturday night", the league told AP. For Paris' new number 10, the reasoning is simple...

Leaked documents have revealed that Neymar's record-breaking move to PSG has greatly benefited Jesus Christ Our Lord and Saviour, who stands to net £200 million from his sell-on clause.

After being put through on goal, the Brazilian demonstrated great composure to wait for the ball to drop before side-footing a lob over the onrushing goalkeeper Remy Descamps.

PSG boss Unai Emery welcomes the pressure Neymar's arrival brings to the club. "By the time I signed, I'd already spoken to everyone", he said of the likes of Thiago Silva, Marquinhos, Dani Alves and Lucas Moura.

A spokesman for PSG confirmed the news to AFP, saying the partnership would "continue as planned". "We crossed the 100 million euro line last year and, only one year later, we're crossing the 200 million line", the Frenchman added.

Meanwhile, Hernandez will have the opportunity to play against another one of his former clubs on Sunday, with the Hammers taking on Manchester United - where the El Tri finisher played over five seasons.