Neymar agrees 5-year Paris Saint-Germain deal ahead of world-record £450m transfer

Neymar agrees 5-year Paris Saint-Germain deal ahead of world-record £450m transfer

- Neymar has agreed a five year deal with French side PSG

- Reports claim he will earn £26.8m-a-year (€30m) after tax

- The Brazilian and his father told Barcelona he wants to leave

- Lionel Messi and other Barcelona stars have bid him farewell

Brazil star Neymar is set to earn a whooping basic salary of £26.8m-a-year (€30m) after tax which is around £515,000-a-week (N248m-per-week and N35m-per-day).

According to Sky Sports, the PSG-bound player has agreed a five-year deal with PSG and is due in Paris within the next two days to finalize his transfer.

Neymar agrees five-year Paris Saint-Germain deal ahead of world-record £450m transfer

Neymar is closing in on a move to Paris Saint-Germain after agreeing a five year deal. Photo: BT Sport

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The transfer will be the most expensive ever in world football history with a total value of worth nearly £450m (N217bn), which includes wages, bonuses and a buyout clause of £198m (€222m).

NAIJ.com gathered that Neymar decided to leave Barcelona following talks on holiday near Rio de Janeiro in early July, before he joined the club's pre-season tour of the United States.

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The Brazilian is expected to arrive in Paris by Friday August 4 at the latest to complete his move.

101 Great Goals took time to outline how much the Brazilian will earn per week.

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Source: Sports.naija.ng

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