The Brazilian superstar has signed a two-year contract with Al-Hilal, increasing his weekly salary to an astonishing £2.5 million.
The 32-year-old Neymar will join Cristiano Ronaldo as the two biggest stars to transfer to Saudi Arabia this summer, joining Karim Benzema.
Al-Hilal paid £78 million to PSG and gave Neymar a stunning contract, so his transfer was not cheap.
According to SunSport’s sources, the former Barcelona player requested three high-end vehicles from Al-Hilal’s owners for himself and four Mercedes G Wagons and a Mercedes van with a driver for his entourage.
Neymar further specified that the driver be available at all times, 365 days a year, for him, his family, and his friends.
The aggregate price of the three high-end automobiles—a Bentley Continental GP, Aston Martin DBX, and Lamborghini Huracan—is almost £510,000.
When Neymar was at home, he demanded that his refrigerator be stocked with not just his preferred brand of Aça juice, but also Guarana drinks for his loved ones.
He also requested five permanent residents, including a sous chef to assist his personal chef from Brazil and two housekeepers to keep the residence in pristine condition at all times.
A source reportedly told SunSport that Neymar requested that the owners of Al-Hilal pay for any hotels, meals, or transportation he may need on his days off.
Under the terms of his contract, Neymar will earn £137.8 million per year ($11.4 million per month).
He now ranks third in salary in the Saudi Pro League, behind only Ronaldo of Al-Nassr and Benzema of Al-Ittihad.
The weekly salaries of Ronaldo (£3.4m), Benzema (£3.3m), and Neymar (£2.5m) are as follows.
It has also come to light that a private jet for him and his family to utilize on business or personal trips is a mandatory part of his contract.
In addition, he wants a swimming pool in his backyard at least 10 meters wide and 40 meters long.
The home itself, however, would need at least 25 rooms so that he and his crew could accommodate guests.
His new squad features stars like Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, Kalidou Koulibaly, Ruben Neves, and Malcom (formerly of Barcelona).
PSG’s $198 million transfer of Neymar from Barcelona in 2017 made him the most expensive player in the world at the time.
Despite rumors of a return to the Nou Camp, head coach Xavi is not keen on having the attacker back unless it’s on loan.