Neymar’s impact at Paris Saint-Germain: What has he achieved?

    announced the club crescent The Saudi club have announced the signing of Brazilian Neymar de Silva from French club Paris Saint-Germain.

    It is noteworthy that the 31-year-old De Silva is Al Hilal’s fifth deal in the current summer transfer period after the signing of Senegalese Kalidou Koulibaly, Serbian Sergei Savic, Brazilian Malcolm and Portuguese Robin Neves.

    Neymar da Silva - Al-Hilal Saudi Arabia

    The Brazilian star is also the third big deal to enter the Saudi Roshen League, after Al Nasr managed to sign Portuguese football legend Cristiano Ronaldo last January and Al Ittihad, which included France’s Karim Benzema in June

    Neymar’s account statement at PSG

    The Brazil star moved to Paris Saint-Germain in 2017 from Barcelona after his contract was terminated for 222 million euros.

    De Silva has made 173 appearances with the Parisian giants in all competitions, scoring 118 goals and providing 70 assists.


    The Sovascore account mentioned Neymar’s numbers and stats at Paris Saint-Germain.

    His Ligue 1 career figures

    112 matches

    Third in goals scored (82)

    Second in assists (48)

    Second Riskiest Opportunity Producer (88)

    Most successful dribbling (490)

    Al-Waleed bin Talal sent a message to Neymar

    Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal, a golden member of the Al-Hilal club, was keen to greet the Brazilian star on the occasion of joining the ranks of the Saudi leader.

    Al-Zaim has signed Brazilian star French player Paris Saint-Germain for two years, until 2025.

    Al-Waleed bin Talal wrote through his personal Twitter account: “Welcome Neymar Hilali.”

    He also contacted the Brazilian player by phone, telling him: “Hi my friend Neymar, how are you? I’m glad to see you”.

    And he continued: “Saudi Arabia is now considered the first on the Asian continent.”

    He added: “Fahd bin Nafel is in charge of the best and biggest club in Asia and the Middle East.”

    Alwaleed bin Talal
    Alwaleed bin Talal

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