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Neymar will be a player for Al-Hilal and undergo tests on Monday international football

Neymar will be the player of Al-Hilalfrom KSA. After six years, he will leave Paris Saint-Germain. Still in the French capital, the Brazilian will undergo tests on Monday and sign a two-year contract. The Saudi club will pay the star 320 million euros (1.7 billion Brazilian riyals) during this period. according to General Electric I found out with the player’s staff that the application for the new team is scheduled for next Wednesday.

Guilherme Pereira, from Paris: Neymar is very close to going to Al-Hilal

Al-Hilal and Neymar reached an agreement on Sunday morning. Then the Saudi club agreed to a transfer with Paris Saint-Germain, who asked for no less than 100 million euros (540 million Brazilian riyals). The French team must earn this value, between rewards and variables. The number 10 has a contract with the French national team until 2027. He ruled out the possibility of a loan to Barcelona, ​​​​as reported by the Spanish press.

Where is Neymar headed? “He plays for any club in the world,” says Thiago Benivenot.

Al-Hilal will participate in the largest deal concluded by a non-European team in history. And the club, which is the most popular in Saudi Arabia, promised a big event on Wednesday to present Neymar. Brazilian It will be headed by coach Jorge Jesus, former player of Flamengo, Benfica and Fenerbahce.

Neymar leaves European football after 10 years – Image: Vince Mignott/MB Media/Getty Images

Goals, titles, injuries and controversies: Neymar’s decade in Europe

Moving to Saudi Arabia, the Brazilian is finishing his 10-season spell in European football and six years at Paris Saint-Germain. Neymar arrived in the French national team as the most expensive player in history and with a project to raise the club to the top of Europe, which could lead him to win individual awards.

However, the number 10 suffered from physical problems and added 173 appearances for PSG, an average of just over 28 games per season. During this period, the club played 318 official matches. The Brazilian scored 118 goals and made 70 assists for the Parisian team, and won 13 titles, including five copies of the French Championship, in addition to the runner-up in the European Champions League in 2020.