Neymar in line for Paris Saint-Germain debut after transfer certificate submitted

Ruben Hill
August 13, 2017

The wait to see the world's most expensive footballer playing in his new club colors could continue for longer than expected. It's understood however, that Mbappe is set to earn £200,000-a-week at the Parc des Prices taking his yearly earnings to almost £11M.

It looks like Paris Saint Germain (PSG) haven't stopped after signing Neymar, now the French giants are all set to sign local sensation Kylian Mbappe for a staggering £160million.

"Neymar's contract will be ratified during the afternoon".

The striker's club form led to a first worldwide call up for France earlier this year, and he is set to play a key role for his national side at the 2018 World Cup in Russian Federation. In true rockstar style, the player has been granted a 24-hour bodyguard.

So, each decided that they would openly seek out trades (or in Neymar's case a transfer) from these teams in search of teams that would be built around themselves.

They were French Cup winners in 2009 and 2014 and last season beat PSG 2-1 in the corresponding league fixture, the capital city club's second defeat in four visits to Guingamp since their hosts were promoted in 2013. Whether the motives for this mammoth move were money, a new challenge or to become the best player in the world is up for debate, but one thing is undeniable and that is his pure world-class talent.

Saying that, Guingamp played well last weekend and will force PSG to remain diligent in defense.

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"At a big club it's totally different, there is pressure every day, and even in one game if you don't score, it is hard". They also say that next up for ambitious PSG is a move for Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak.

They're desperate to win the Champions League as quickly as possible.

In another lovely piece of symbolism, the Guingamp manager is Antoine Kombouare.

They wanted a higher-profile manager in the post. And on match day you have to be magnificent.

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