Berstatus Most Expensive Player, Neymar Still Doing Reckless
Neymar, the world’s most expensive player began to enjoy his days in the new team Paris Saint Germain (PSG). A few days after being officially introduced to the public, the Brazilian went directly to the coastal area of Saint-Tropez, southeast of France.
As reported by The Sun, Neymar held a party on a cruise ship. 25-year-old player seemed to enjoy his vacation with his friends.
Not just relaxing on the boat, Neymar completes his day by playing in the sea. Even the former Santos player was desperate to jump into the sea from the cruise ship.
Fun indeed. But this movement is of course worried about PSG. Because the team from Paris origin would be a big loss if Neymar to injury due to the movement.
PSG as it is known has just spent up to 222 million euros or equivalent Rp3, 5 trillion in order to redeem his release clause from Barcelona. This figure is not included, salary per year of 30 million euros and other exorbitant honorariums.
This figure makes it the most expensive player in the world today. Neymar transfer Neymar beat the record previously held by Paul Pogba when recruited Manchester United (MU). Pogba carried off from Juventus with a dowry of 105 million euros.
Many who think that Neymar moved because it always drowned in the shadow of many Lionel Messi. But in the initial interview after costumed PSG, Neymar denied it. He claimed to move to PSG for a new challenge.
Neymar does still have time to spare after officially joining PSG. He will only strengthen Les Parisien when he meets Guingamp next Sunday. While in the previous game when PSG won 2-0 over Amiens, Neymar not yet registered.
More Transfer Records?
Meanwhile, after officially recruiting Neymar, PSG reportedly has not stopped hunting players. Instead, PSG still has the potential to create a new record in the transfer market.
As reported Don Balon, PSG intends to recruit Atletico Madrid goalkeeper, Jan Oblak. PSG is willing to redeem it for 100 million euros. This is a very high figure for the goalkeeper to beat transfer record Gianluigi Buffon.
The veteran goalkeeper was previously trafficked from Parma to Juventus for 52 million euros in 2011.