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Neymar already eyeing up exit from Saudi Arabia after solely 5 video games


Neymar is trying to go away Saudi Arabia and has instructed gamers at former membership Santos that he can be again in Brazil by 2025, a report has claimed.

The 32-year-old winger left Paris Saint-Germain to hitch Al Hilal through the summer time for a whopping €90m, solely to endure an ACL damage simply 5 video games into his profession in Saudi Arabia. His contract is believed to be value near €150m per season.

Whereas he stays sidelined, Neymar returned to Brazil to observe former aspect Santos face Palmeiras within the remaining of the Campeonato Paulista, and in accordance with UOL Esporte, it was right here that he privately introduced his plan to go away Saudi Arabia.

Neymar is reported to have instructed each gamers and employees at Santos that he plans to play within the 2025 Brazilian season, which is because of get underway in April 2025 – two months earlier than his contract with Al Hilal expires.

The winger has beforehand spoken of a want to return to Brazil in some unspecified time in the future however this newest speech is the primary indication of a timeline for Neymar’s plans.


Neymar is out injured / Amin Mohammad Jamali/GettyImages

Neymar impressed through the early weeks of his time in Saudi Arabia, racking up three assists and a objective throughout 5 appearances earlier than taking place with an damage that might simply finish his season.

Regardless of his absence, Al Hilal stay 12 factors clear on the high of the league desk, led by former Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic’s return of twenty-two targets in as many video games.

Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and Ruben Neves lead the membership’s help charts, whereas former Barcelona winger Malcom has additionally impressed with 14 targets and ten assists throughout all competitions.

Al Hilal are anticipated to be energetic this summer time and are anticipated to make a push to signal Liverpool ahead Mohamed Salah, who’s a high goal for the Saudi Professional League alongside Manchester Metropolis midfielder Kevin De Bruyne.