Neymar Outshines Messi in the Saudi League

    Activists on social media compared the number of views of an advertisement for the Saudi club Al-Hilal, which featured the Brazilian star Neymar, and the announcement of the transfer of the Argentine star Lionel Messi to the American Inter Miami.

    Al-Hilal Club’s ad posted on its official X platform page (formerly Twitter) received over 237.5 million views in less than 24 hours of posting, compared to the ad’s 14.7 million views. Inter Miami” on the inclusion of Messi, more than a month after this bulletin.

    Neymar and Lionel Messi played together for Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain.

    Neymar da Silva, 31, joined Paris Saint-Germain in the summer of 2017 from Barcelona for a record fee of 222 million euros.

    The Brazilian star has made 173 appearances for the Paris Saint-Germain shirt in all competitions, scoring 118 goals and 77 assists.

    Neymar was Al Hilal’s fifth overseas signing in the current Mercato 2023 summer period, following signings for Serbian Sergei Milenkovic-Savic, Senegalese Halido Koulibaly, Portuguese Ruben Neves and fellow Brazilian Malcolm.

    While Lionel Messi (36) joined the ranks of Inter Miami, for a period of 3 seasons, until June 30, 2026, as part of a free transfer during the current summer transfer period 2023, after the expiration of his contract with the French team “Paris Saint-Germain, who defended her colors at 75 years old, played in various competitions and he was able to score 32 goals and also make 35 others.

    And press reports indicated that there was a clause in Messi’s contract giving him the right to leave the American team “for free” at the end of the second season, and that he would receive an amount of 50 million euros per season with a percentage of the profits of Adidas and Apple. the two biggest partners in the American League, where he will be able to get a share of Apple+’s new signup profits in addition to a percentage of Adidas’ profits, and finally the team’s acquisition after retirement.

    Source: media

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