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Neymar Deal To Cost PSG A Total £576M Over 5 Years And Earn Brazilian £27M-A-Year

star Neymar has passed a medical in ahead of his world record move to Paris Saint-Germain.

Neymar arrives at Porto’s international airport on Wednesday

The Brazilian forward jetted off to Porto on Wednesday and will land in Paris on Thursday to complete his move to .

Neymar said he will miss ‘uncle’  as he headed to Paris Saint-Germain for a world record £199 million.

Neymar visited Barcelona’s training ground earlier on Wednesday to bid adieu to his team-mates after confirming them that he would be leaving the club.

Neymar arrives at Barcelona for training but was given permission to leave

Barcelona released an official statement revealing Neymar and his father has put in a transfer request.

The statement read: “The player Neymar Jr, accompanied by his father and agent, has informed FC Barcelona this morning of his decision to leave the club in a meeting held at the club’s offices.”

Neymar was given permission to take time to resolve his future

“Faced with this position, the club has informed them they refer to the buy-out clause of his existing contract which as of 1 July totals €222million which will have to be deposited in its entirety.”

“Furthermore, in reply to the claim for the contract extension bonus, the club has once again made it clear that the amount remains deposited with a notary until the case is resolved.”

“The player remains under contract at FC Barcelona but with temporary permission to not take part in training sessions.”

The £199m transfer of Neymar will make him the world most expensive player

Neymar was snapped in the evening arriving and leaving Porto’s Francisco Sa Carneiro on a private jet.

The Brazilian passed his medical under the supervision of PSG doctor Dr. Eric Rolland and sport co-ordinator Maxwell, according to French paper L’Equipe.

Neymar’s private jet leaves departure from Francisco Sa Carneiro Airport

Neymar will visit the French capital on Thursday to seal his move from Barcelona in a deal that will cost PSG a total £576 million over the course of five years.

Barcelona legend Lionel Messi had confirmed that Neymar is leaving Barcelona – wishing the Brazilian star good luck for the “new stage” of his life.

Lionel Messi posted an emotional farewell to Neymar with the Brazilian on the brink of a world record move to PSG

The Argentine legend took to Instagram and posted a message that read: “Enormous pleasure to have shared all these years with you friend Neymar I wish you luck in this new stage of your life. . Lots of love.”

Neymar responded: “Thanks brother. I will miss you uncle.”

PSG will sign Neymar for a £199m transfer fee – which is his buyout clause at Barcelona. The Brazilian superstar will pen a five-year contract worth £49m-per-year before tax.

After tax deductions, Neymar will take home a mammoth £520,000-a-week or £27m every year.

Qatar Sports Investment – the group which also owns giants PSG are reportedly giving Neymar a whooping £300m and this would see the Brazilian paying his own transfer fee to Barcelona.

The investment group is offering Neymar the huge sum as a payment to take up an ambassadorial role for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, according the Spanish press.

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Reports claim that Neymar could use this money to pay his own release clause to force a move to PSG this summer.

Neymar wants to leave for Paris Saint-Germain to emerge from Lionel Messi’s shadow

And this would allow PSG to rope in the services of Neymar without breaching Uefa’s Financial Fair Play rules as the transfer fee would be technically paid by the Brazilian forward.

However, is set to report PSG to Uefa as they believe that it is impossible for the Ligue 1 club to generate such a huge amount of revenue to rope in Neymar without violating FFP, according to reports in .

Source: ESPN

Once it was evident that the deal could go through, Barcelona’s lawyers started working to find out a way to prevent the world record move.

And La Liga chief Javier Tebas warned: “The complaint is ready and will be presented to UEFA, the European Union and the Swiss courts.”

A new poster outside the Nou Camp removes one previously including Neymar

“Basically, the complaint will be over unfair competition and against teams that receive financial injections from owners that ‘gift’ players to their fans by taking them away from others. PSG are a clear example of ‘financial doping’ by club/state.”

Barcelona have confirmed Neymar is leaving the club

“PSG’s accounts reflect that they have more commercial income than or , which is to say that their brand value is bigger than these two clubs. Well, that is impossible.”

But it is believed that Neymar’s world record move to PSG is inevitable with UEFA sources saying the deal can’t be stopped once Neymar’s release clause is met.

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