"Then there is the list, with the release-clauses for Barcelona. And now it simply happened". "No coach would demand such a thing".
The Brazilian, who became the world's most expensive footballer after Paris Saint-Germain paid Barcelona £200m for his signature last week, wants to put the two-year legal battle behind him as he prepares for a new life in France. But PSG has done so even though Spanish football authorities refused to facilitate the payment, in the belief that it might breach "financial fair play" rules created to prevent clubs spending beyond their means. A simple solution would be a rule.
The Catalan club have money in the bank and clubs have duly taken advantage of the Neymar transfer fee to increase the transfer value of their own players, which is why they are struggling to sign players such as Dembele.
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Barca, who have five-time Ballon d'Or victor Messi on their books, and LaLiga have threatened to report PSG under the Financial Fair Play rules. "This is a topic now since it happened for the first time". "This gives us the chance to sign new players that will keep us competitive".
"I love football, because you make each other stronger", the German added.
"That's what I like about this sport".
"This bonus really exists and its payment is a contract fulfillment, let's hope that what was agreed, and we are talking about it with Barcelona", Marcos Motta, an worldwide sports law specialist who represents Neymar, told Sport.