Neymar started promoting professional soccer in Sassoudi Arabia. “The Saudi professional league could already be better than (French) Ligue 1,” Neymar claimed at a press conference

during his latest international break . Neymar transferred to Saudi Arabia’s Al Hilal for a transfer fee of 77 million pounds in this summer transfer market. Saudi Arabian clubs invested a whopping 700 million pounds (about 1.1664 trillion won) in recruiting overseas players. According to FIFA statistics, Saudi clubs spent the second most on international transfers this summer after the Premier League. The amount spent by Premier League teams on overseas transactions is £1.6 billion. Jordan Henderson, Roberto Firmino and Fabinho were among the Premier League players who moved to Saudi Arabia. Saudi clubs also signed Neymar’s PSG team-mate Georginio Wijnaldum, Real Madrid’s Ballon d’Or winner Karim Benzema and Bayern Munich’s Sadio Mane. Other players set to switch to the Saudi Professional League include Inter Milan’s Champions League final captain Marcelo Brozovic, Barcelona’s Frank Kessie, Celtic’s Jota and Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic. “I can assure you that soccer in Saudi Arabia is the same. The ball is round and there is a goal,” said Neymar. “There is no secret. We practice hard there and the thirst for victory is still great. We will win the trophy with Al Hilal. “I want to win. It doesn’t change much,” he said.카지노사이트

Neymar moved from Barcelona in 2017 for a record transfer fee of 200 million pounds. Although he struggled with frequent ankle injuries, he contributed to PSG winning the Ligue 1 title.

Meanwhile, some Premier League managers are criticizing Saudi Arabia’s deadline, which is a week later than Europe’s major leagues.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp raised his voice, saying, “We need to protect the game and ensure that the European leagues remain as strong as they are now.”