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Neymar's transfer certificate received by French federation

13 August 2017

It looks like Paris Saint Germain (PSG) haven't stopped after signing Neymar, now the French giants are all set to sign local sensation Kylian Mbappe for a staggering £160million.

That figure has been reduced over the course of various appeals from Neymar's camp, who have calculated the £1.9m figure they believe will wipe the slate clean.

The Brazil worldwide is 17/2 with the online bookmaker to score a hat-trick.

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Sources said he believes his best chance of being part of the Brazil squad for next year's World Cup is to play alongside worldwide teammates including Neymar at PSG. "He's been good in training".

"Remember the star of the show is going to be Neymar and for us we want to welcome this very special player and his team in the best conditions possible", he said. However, having just signed a five-year contract with the Premier League squad in January, with no release clause, Liverpool has full say over his future. "It's a new life, a new city.in the squad he already knows numerous players and feels good with everyone".

Mbappe has started both of Monaco's games so far this season, although he didn't score in the 2-1 Champions Trophy defeat to PSG or in last Friday's 3-2 win over Toulouse that began their title defence. The #Transfer market preceding the season has seen Monaco lose a lot of their star players.

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PSG are thought to be looking to raise cash to comply with Financial Fair Play regulations following their world-record swoop for Neymar.

But the French Football Federation (FFF) appear confident that the saga surrounding Neymar, who cost PSG a staggering world record of 222 million euros ($264m), is near its end.

He added, according to L'Equipe: "We like challenges".

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"You want to play against (Lionel) Messi, you want to play against (Cristiano) Ronaldo".

Neymar's transfer certificate received by French federation