According to L’Equipe, PSG and the Saudi Pro League side have reached an agreement for the transfer of Neymar, with Julien Laurens reporting Les Parisiens will receive a €90 million (£78m/$99m) fee. The 31-year-old Brazilian has already agreed to a two-year-contract that will see him pocket €160m (£138m/$175m) in total.
Neymar’s six-year spell in the French capital looks to be ending with a whimper. He has been out of action since March, and has undergone reconstructive ankle ligament surgery in an attempt to solve the injury issues that have plagued him since his world-record move from Barcelona in 2017.Despite scoring 118 goals for PSG, Neymar has had an up-and-down relationship with the club’s fans in recent years, which came to head when their ultras protested outside his home earlier this year. This summer he was told – along with Marco Verratti – to find a new club.Neymar will join a host of global superstars who have flocked to Saudi Arabia this summer. At Al-Hilal he’ll link up with Kalidou Koulibaly, Ruben Neves and former Barcelona man Malcom.