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The Brazilian star became the most expensive footballer in history after moving on a record deal from Barcelona to Paris St Germain after he paid off the penalty clause in the Catalan team’s 222 million euro contract thanks to Qatari money Nasser Al-Khalifi.

The Manchester City owner, led by Khaldoun Ben Mubarak, has been pushing for the penalty clause in Argentine star Lionel Messi’s contract, as the player has not signed the new contract announced by the club that links him to the club until 2021.

Paris Saint-Germain came close to signing a new fantasy deal after Brazilian star Neymar, with Monaco striker Kylian Mbabi for 200 million euros as the world’s second-most expensive player.

Manchester City are looking for the services of Arsenal striker Chelsea, whose contract ends at the end of the season and refuses to continue with the giners. Cheeti cheered Chelsea star with a fantasy salary of up to 400,000 Australian pounds a week.