PSG ‘accept offer for Neymar from Saudi Pro League side Al-Hilal’ with the transfer fee expected to be ‘HUGE’… but the Brazilian forward is yet to give the move his ‘green light’
- PSG have ‘reportedly accepted an offer for Brazilian forward Neymar’
- The fee is believed to be ‘huge’ but Neymar is yet to agree to the move
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Paris Saint-Germain have ‘accepted an offer from Saudi Pro League side Al-Hilal’ for Neymar, reports have said.
The Brazilian forward moved to Paris from Barcelona in 2017 and has racked up 118 games in 173 appearances for the French giants.
He has won five Ligue 1 titles and three Coupe de France trophies, but has not added to the one Champions League he won in Spain.
According to Fabrizio Romano, Al-Hilal tabled a ‘huge’ offer for Neymar on Saturday, and RMC Sport claim it was accepted by PSG the same day.
Nothing is confirmed, though, as the French outlet add that the forward is yet to give the deal his ‘green light’ despite ‘advanced’ negotiations between his representatives and the Saudi side.
Saudi Pro League side Al-Hilal have reportedly had a ‘huge’ offer for Neymar accepted
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There has also been interest in the 31-year-old from the MLS, with LAFC thought to be the most likely location in America.
While Neymar’s next destination is not yet decided, it does look like he’ll be leaving PSG after six years.
L’Equipe reported that the two parties have ‘agreed to find a common solution before the end of the transfer window.’
If he did move to Al-Hilal, Neymar would join fellow European names Ruben Nuves, Kalidou Koulbaly and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, all of whom joined this summer.
The same team made a world-record offer of £259 million for his teammate Kylian Mbappe, who rejected the move despite his poor relations with PSG.
The same club made a world record £259 million bid for Kylian Mbappe last month
Al-Hilal have already secured a number of European talents including Ruben Neves
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