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Neymar's Transfer Will Go Through Because PSG Have So Much Money Financial Fair Play Doesn't Apply To Them

This morning Barcelona announced that Neymar had announced to them his intention to leave the club, presumably for Paris Saint-Germain. Barcelona also announced that they informed Neymar his release clause, a cool 263.2 million, would still have to be met.

PSG have yet to actually meet this release clause, which would terminate Neymar's contract with Barcelona and allow him to sign a new one with PSG, but they certainly have the means. Messi has already said goodbye.

Messi Posts Emotional Farewell Message To Neymar As Barca Confirms His Exit

The transfer saga embroiling Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain and Neymar reached a crescendo on Wednesday, although only the most ardent of Neymar and Blaugrana supporters wouldn’t have seen it coming. Barca released a statement confirming Neymar’s desire to leave the club for around $263 million, and Neymar informed his teammates of his decision before missing the day’s training session.

In The Shadow Of A $260 Million Deal, Ronaldinho, Iniesta And Suarez Give Neymar Advice

Add Ronaldinho's name to the list of current and former teammates who have gone on record about Neymar's rumored transfer to PSG.

In the wake of increasing chatter about Neymar's potential move to Paris Saint-Germain, Ronaldinho gave Neymar some advice that's probably easier to say than follow when faced with a potentially record-breaking deal of $260 million to leave Barcelona.

Neymar Capture Would Signal Beginning Of Galacticos Lite Era At PSG

Barcelona appear to be more and more resigned to losing Neymar to Paris Saint-Germain and with good reason. As a club that continually lures top talent behind the ethos of “You don’t say no to Barcelona”, the Blaugrana aren’t in the business of begging players to stay, no matter how important they are to the side’s makeup.

Watch Angel Di Maria Juggle A Baseball And Throw Out The First Pitch At A Marlins Game

It's International Champions Cup season, and you know what that means: footballers partaking in American sports, most notably baseball, which is the only major sport in season at this time. As such, Angel di Maria, who is in Florida with PSG ahead of their match against Tottenham on Saturday, went to a Miami Marlins game. He hung out with the players, juggled a baseball and threw out the first pitch.

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