- Neymar in final talks with Al Hilal for a two-year deal worth €100 million annually, a move marked as "huge."
- French club PSG demands €80 million for Neymar as negotiations with Al Hilal progress smoothly.
- The move comes after Neymar's six successful seasons with PSG, marked by 82 goals and 48 assists.
Football star Neymar, currently playing for Paris Saint-Germain in France's Ligue 1, is on the brink of finalizing a personal agreement with Saudi Pro League's Al Hilal. Numerous sources have verified the progression towards what has been called a "huge" deal.
Paris Saint-Germain and Al Hilal have advanced to the last stages of negotiations, with the French club asking for a staggering €80 million ($88 million) for Neymar. The plans are for Neymar to sign a two-year contract with Al Hilal, worth €100 million annually, and according to ESPN, things are moving smoothly.
Neymar has made his intentions clear, having informed his management that he has no desire to return to PSG as of August 7th. This comes on the heels of rumors that fellow French star Kylian Mbappé was considering leaving, though he now seems likely to stay after turning down a huge offer from Al Hilal.
Neymar's time at PSG has been marked by success, partnering with Mbappé to lead the club to five Ligue 1 titles since 2017. With the recent departure of Lionel Messi to Major League Soccer's Inter Miami, Neymar's move would be another significant change for the club. During his tenure with PSG, Neymar racked up 82 goals and 48 assists.
Upon joining Al Hilal, Neymar may team up with Kalidou Koulibaly, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, and Rúben Neves. The Saudi Club, despite a recent 2-1 loss to Al Nassr in the Arab Club Champions Cup Final, remains optimistic about the future. The addition of Neymar would certainly add flair and skill to their lineup, making them a formidable force in the Saudi Pro League.
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