After Cristiano Ronaldo joined Al Nassr last year, numerous other football stars from all over the globe have joined the Saudi Arabian club this year. There is a long list of global superstars joining the Saudi Arabian club this season, such as Sadio Mane (Al Nassr), Brozovic (Al Nassr), Alex Telles (Al Nassr), Allan Saint-Maximin (Al Ahly), Riyad Mahrez (Al Ahly), Roberto Firmino (Al Ahly), Edouard Mendy (Al Ahly), Henderson (Al Ettifaq), Karim Benzema (Al Ittihad), N’Golo Kante (Al Ittihad), Fabinho (Al Ittihad), Malcom (Al Hilal), Ruben Neves (Al Hilal), Milinković-Savić (Al Hilal), and many more.
neymar to part ways with psg
According to many reports, Neymar Jr. and PSG have already parted ways. The 31-year-old Brazilian player and Paris Saint-Germain have already reached a conclusion to terminate the contract. French publication RMC Sport now claims that Neymar, Marco Verratti, Hugo Ekitike, Juan Bernat, and Renato Sanches were told they are ‘not part of PSG’s project and should find a solution elsewhere.’
next destination for neymar
Spanish giant FC Barcelona and Major League Soccer teams are keen to sign Neymar Jr. However, in the current scenario, the Saudi Arabian club Al Hilal is the most likely to be next destination for Neymar Jr , according to Fabrizio Romano, Neymar Jr. is very attracted to the offer made by the Saudi Arabian side. There is a very strong chance of Neymar Jr. heading towards the Middle East. After failed attempt sign Lionel Messi , Al Hilal now has emerged as most favourite to land Braziian star in Saudi Arabia.
Paris Saint-Germain has already said to accept the proposal sent by the Saudi Arabian team Al Hilal, according to RMC Sport. With both clubs reaching an agreement, the deal now completely depends on the decision of Neymar Jr. The financial details of the deal have not yet been disclosed, but it is said to be gigantic as expected. Now both parties wait for the green signal from the player himself.
It will be interesting to see whether Neymar will reunite with his former club, FC Barcelona, or opt for the path taken by his former teammate Lionel Messi in Major League Soccer or Cristiano Ronaldo in the Saudi Pro League.