Neymar’s Legal Crisis in Brazil Raises Concerns as Al-Hilal Encounter Looms

    Press reports have revealed a legal crisis threatening Brazilian Neymar Jr., a star of Al-Hilal’s first team football team who has been out for a long time due to injury.

    Al Hilal signed Neymar Jr. from Paris Saint-Germain on August 15 on a two-season contract until 2025 for €90 million.


    The Brazilian underwent successful surgery in a Brazilian hospital after rupturing his cruciate ligament and cartilage, which confirmed his absence from stadiums for at least 8 months.

    Le Parisien newspaper reported: The Brazilian star was referred to a labor court after a Brazilian mother of four filed a lawsuit against the star presenter over her illegal employment.

    Legal crisis haunts Neymar in Brazil


    The mother’s lawyers said she worked 60 hours a week for 15 euros an hour without any holiday.

    They also mentioned that she was forced to work for about two weeks before her fourth child was born prematurely, as the Crescent star took advantage of the Brazilian mother’s circumstances due to the lack of decent working conditions.

    The mother demanded €368,000 in compensation from the Al-Hilal star as she claimed she worked at his home every day of the week for about two years between January 2021 and October 2022, causing the player to receive threats. with the transfer of the case to the criminal court.

    Neymar injury
    Neymar injury

    The Al-Hilal star suffered a torn cruciate ligament, so the Al-Hilal management decided to remove his name from the list and sign a new professional in his place during the winter Mercato.

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