Neymar Al-Hilal | Neymar is said to have demanded houses and cars in Saudi Arabia – he made a list: – exorbitant

Neymar Al-Hilal |  Neymar is said to have demanded houses and cars in Saudi Arabia – he made a list: – exorbitant

More and more European football stars have joined the Saudi League recently. Neymar’s move from PSG is the latest in a series and the 31-year-old is said to have had enough in terms of signing.

The player signed a two-year contract which is said to net him nearly 2 billion kroner in annual salary. In other words, there is no doubt that Neymar has signed a lucrative contract, but according to the Spanish Cope, it should not be limited to the pennies and pennies that the player asked to sign.

List of requirements

The Brazilian got a number of benefits in addition to his exorbitant annual salary. It will be a villa with 25 bedrooms, a large swimming pool and several saunas, as well as nine cars.

If we think Kop is right, Neymar will also have eight people working for him, in addition to paying all his restaurant and hotel bills. Not only that, but the star also required a refrigerator to house several healthy drinks.

The Spanish site refers to the whole thing as “exorbitant demands” on the part of Neymar.

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It remains to be seen if all the requirements are actually met, but there is no doubt that the Saudis have offered a good enough overall package for the former PSG player.

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When the transfer became known a short time ago, Sky Sports claimed that the salary Neymar would earn in Saudi Arabia was six times what he earned in Paris. Neymar has been playing with Paris Saint-Germain since 2017, when he was brought for big money from Barcelona. He was referred to as a club legend when his move to Saudi football became known.

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Motivated by Saudi colleagues

Neymar is the latest in a growing number of superstars to join the Saudi Professional League. Many people have had their say on the transition, but the protagonist himself seems pretty content so far.

Ronaldo started it all and everyone called him crazy. Today, you can see that the league is growing more and more. It’s exciting to meet the best players and it motivates me to improve. When you can meet players like Ronaldo, Benzema and Firmino, it’s even better, says Neymar, according to Reuters.

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