Neymar (31, Al-Hilal) has indeed arrived in Saudi Arabia.
Saudi club Al-Hilal officially announced the signing of Neymar on social media on Saturday (June 16). The contract runs until 2025 and the transfer fee is reportedly 90 million euros (approximately KRW 13.16 billion).
Al-Hilal released a video on social media on the 19th showing Neymar arriving at Riyadh International Airport in the Saudi capital and heading to the stadium. Dressed in white and wearing sunglasses, Neymar was in good spirits despite arriving in Saudi Arabia at dawn local time.
“I’m really in Saudi Arabia!” he said, getting fans excited. Thousands of fans flocked to the airport to witness Neymar’s arrival. Officials and reporters gathered to show off his arrival.
In the end, Neymar couldn’t resist the lure of Saudi oil money. He reportedly earns a salary of €300 million over two years. If he fulfills his add-on options, the maximum he could earn is a whopping €400 million ($583.8 billion).
In addition to the salary, Neymar had more demands, all of which were reportedly met by Al-Hilal. The Sun reports, “Neymar demanded eight supercars for his entourage. He wanted four Jaguars, a Mercedes-Benz van, a Bentley Continental, an Aston Martin, and a Lamborghini Huracan. The car lease alone cost £550,000 ($866.27 million).” 카지노
Neymar also demanded a private jet to fly back and forth between Saudi Arabia and Brazil, a mansion with more than 25 rooms, three saunas, and a 40-meter swimming pool. He even wanted his own chef and five housekeepers, and the fridge should always be stocked with his favorite drinks.
Al-Hilal gave in to all of his demands and let Neymar wear his jersey. With Neymar’s arrival, the Saudi league’s top star went from Ronaldo to Neymar. Neymar has already stolen all the spotlight from Ronaldo.