Neymar finally cleared to make PSG debut against Guingamp

Doug Mendoza
August 13, 2017

Neymar is officially available to play, according to French soccer's governing body, which confirmed on Twitter that the final paperwork to complete his world-record transfer from Barcelona had been received from Spain on Friday.

There's something brilliant about globally recognised Neymar making his debut at Guingamp, a village of less than 10,000 inhabitants in a rural corner of north-west France.

The Brazil global is 17/2 with the online bookmaker to score a hat-trick. "He's been good in training".

At a pre-match news conference, PSG boss Unai Emery said Neymar was "physically ready to start" the game. "He's going to be able to settle in easily thanks to the other Brazilian players and he's young, so we're interested in the same things, I have no doubt". "It's a new life, a new city.in the squad he already knows numerous players and feels good with everyone".

PSG are keen to partner Mbappe with Neymar in attack, which could see Edinson Cavani move out wide or drop to the bench, despite the Uruguayan's scoring 49 goals last season as the club's main striker.

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"The start of the season differs for every player".

So long as the document has been verified by the French FA (FFF) and League (LFP) by midnight on Saturday, which serves as a formality, Neymar will be able to feature in Brittany the following day.

It also means PSG, owned by Oryx Qatar Sport Investment, will have spent a mind-blowing £362m on two players in the past week to create a new world order in football transfers. 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.

The Ligue 1 giants have convinced the player and his entourage that there won't be any problems with regards to the club staying in line with UEFA's Financial Fair Play rules. "It's in this spirit that you do your job".

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