In Neymar’s contract with PSG there was a ransom clause, that’s the size

This summer, Neymar became the most expensive player in the world after Paris Saint Germain paid 222 million euros to terminate the Brazilian contract with Barcelona. Talent started well in Park de Prince, but very soon appeared the information about conflicts with teammates and coach. Neymar himself did not feel happy in France, tabloids say. Again, the transfer of the SSG striker is just a temporary stopover before the Brazilian goes to Barcelona’s big rival, Real Madrid.

The recently popular El Chiringuito broadcast, which a few days ago revealed that Cristiano Ronaldo has told Florentino Perez that he wants to leave after the end of the season, has made a new, curious insight. According to him, there is a ransom clause in Neymar’s contract with PSG, although it is not compulsory for French clubs, as is the case with the Spanish ones. The existence of such a clause is only at the will of the player himself, in order to facilitate his transfer to Real. Even more interesting, its size is identical to the amount that PSG had to pay for Neymar – 222 million euros.

Clubs that can pay this amount are a few, but Neymar himself wanted to play in Real. If this is the case, then the other mentioned news will probably happen – the eventual departure of Cristiano Ronaldo.