Neymar set to make Paris St Germain debut against Guingamp

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Four of the Brazilian player's representatives, including his lawyer, gave Barcelona a cheque for 222 million euros ($261 million) on August 3 before Neymar joined PSG.

Following four successive Ligue 1 title victories, PSG were left with a bitter taste following Monaco's success previous year, and boss Unai Emery has been backed with a staggeringly large transfer budget to wrestle the crown back.

While PSG's attacking options already include the likes of Edinson Cavani, Angel Di Maria and fellow Brazilian worldwide Lucas Moura, Neymar's arrival gives the club a true global star.

The source said that PSG are now undergoing a restructuring of their ambitious project with the goal of European success, and part of sporting director Antero Henrique, chairman and CEO Nasser Al-Khelaifi and coach Unai Emery's joint vision is a team that features Mbappe and Neymar in attack.

He said: "Neymar has been training well, he is ready and we hope he will be available against Guingamp".

'He reached quickly a high level, but football is complicated.

More significant will be how quickly Neymar, 25, can make an impact for his new club.

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"It's true that the enthusiasm from the fans is even bigger".

The French forward scored 26 times for Monaco in his debut season in the first-team squad.

"We are not considering the possibility of action by Federation Internationale de Football Association for the good relationship that exists with Barcelona".

If the answer is no you need to take a long, hard look at yourself.

So what are you waiting for?

Nice, who have the first leg of their Champions League play-off against Napoli on Wednesday, kick off the second weekend at home to promoted Troyes today without their two star players the injured Mario Balotelli and new signing Wesley Sneijder.

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