Neymar to make PSG debut from the start at Guingamp

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The French giants secured the signing of Neymar for €222 million (R3.46 billion) earlier this month, and according to Sport, they are not done spending.

World-record signing Neymar has been named in the starting XI for Paris Saint-Germain in their trip to Guingamp this evening.

Neymar celebrates with the trophy after the Champions League final between Juventus Turin and FC Barcelona at the Olympic stadium in Berlin on June 6, 2015.

It makes sense. Despite the presence of Edinson Cavani, Thiago Silva and Angel di Maria, Neymar immediately becomes PSG's main man.

PSG plays in the Ligue 1 - a competition the club has managed to win on 6 occasions. Suffice to add that Neymar's contracts are brokered by his father - and that both Neymars are reportedly under investigation by tax authorities, as was Barcelona after the transfer from Santos.

"I'm not even sure he's a better player, full stop". It ended a four-year streak of PSG winning Ligue 1.

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Security Council on August 5, according to Ri, who now lives in the United States and responded via phone and email. North Korea is expected to lose up to $1.7 billion a year under the latest sanctions adopted by the U.N.

Ever since the Qatar Sports Investments (QSI) took over Paris Saint-Germain in 2011, the club has been the richest one in France, and amongst the richest clubs in the world.

While Aulas admits that officially nothing is on the table, he has conceded that the top sides are more or less ganging up against PSG at the moment.

However, not everyone is impressed with the transfer.

Neymar debut has been put on hold due as PSG awaits International Transfer Certificate (ITC), but Barca refused to clear it until they had received the funds from the French outfit into their bank account. "The transfer is complete, so this should not last". Once a country owns a club, everything is possible.

To comply with financial fair play, PSG will have to sell some players.

Transfers between clubs in different countries must include Fifa's worldwide transfer certificate (CIT).

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