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Neymar extends PSG contract until 2025

FOOTBALL By Reuters | May 8th 2021
August 23, 2020 Paris St Germain's Neymar after the match, as play resumes behind closed doors following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) [REUTERS]

Brazil forward Neymar has signed a new contract with Paris St Germain that will keep him in the French capital until 2025, the Ligue 1 club said on Saturday.

Neymar, 29, joined PSG in 2017 from Spanish club Barcelona for a record transfer fee of 222 million euros ($270 million).

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Brazil forward Neymar will extend his contract on Saturday with Paris St Germain by four years until 2026, French sports daily L'Equipe reported on Friday.

Neymar, 29, joined PSG in 2017 from La Liga side Barcelona for a record transfer fee of 222 million euros ($270.02 million).

Neymar said he wanted to leave PSG in 2019 amid reports that he wanted to return to Barcelona, but eventually stayed before the club reached the Champions League final last season.

PSG are also looking to extend Kylian Mbappe's deal as the 22-year-old France striker's contract expires at the end of next season.

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