Neymar Calls Saudi Pro League ‘Highly Competitive’ Amid Flow of New Talent

In a groundbreaking transfer that has sent shockwaves through the football world, Brazilian superstar Neymar Jr has officially joined the Rosh Saudi League, hailing the league’s competitiveness and the influx of new talent. The player, who previously lit up the stages of Paris St Germain, Barcelona, and Santos, is now set to make his mark on the Saudi football scene. The transfer was sealed with a two-year deal, accompanied by a staggering fee of approximately $98.24 million, which includes various add-ons.

In his role as the Brazil captain and joint-top scorer for the national team, Neymar also expressed his certainty that many football fans in his homeland will be tuning in to catch the league’s matches. Joining forces with Portugal’s Ruben Neves, Serbia’s Sergej Milinkovic–Savic, and Senegal’s Kalidou Koulibaly, Neymar Jr will be a part of Al Hilal’s dynamic lineup.

This star-studded team will collaborate with numerous players from the Saudi national squad, including Saleh al-Shehri and Salem al-Dawsari. Notably, these two players were responsible for scoring in the 2-1 FIFA World Cup match, where they secured a victory over eventual champions Argentina.

Neymar Recent Move to Al- Hilal

Brazilian soccer sensation Neymar has finalized his transfer from Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) to Al Hilal in the Saudi Pro League, bringing to a close a tumultuous chapter at the French club, which began with immense excitement six years ago upon his Parisian debut. Al Hilal and PSG agreed on a purported $98 million for the transfer.

Some of the perks Neymar will enjoy by signing for Al-Hilal include

  • A private jet at his disposal
  • A huge house with staff
  • €800,000 bonus for every Al Hilal win
  • €500,000 for every post or story he posts on his social media handles that promotes Saudi Arabia.

A breakdown of Neymar’s salaries at Al-Hilal shows the following:

  • €4.80/second
  • €288/minute
  • €17,280/hour
  • €414,720/day
  • €2.9M/week
  • €12M/month
  • €150M/year
  • €300M over two seasons

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