PSG has reportedly accepted a significant offer from Saudi Pro League team Al-Hilal for Neymar, the Brazilian forward who joined PSG from Barcelona in 2017, according to Daily Mail.
Neymar's potential move has reached advanced stages, with negotiations ongoing between his camp and Al-Hilal.
While official documents have been exchanged, Neymar's final approval is awaited, Fabrizio Romano reported on Sunday morning.
The 31-year-old has shown interest in leaving PSG, a sentiment shared by the French club for months on end these days. Although MLS team Los Angeles FC also expressed interest of late, it looks like Al-Hilal are the more likely destination at this point.
Neymar's departure from PSG, where he's won five Ligue 1 titles, three Coupe de France trophies, and reached one Champions League final, seems imminent after six years with the club.
The deal with Al-Hilal could see Neymar joining fellow European players such as Ruben Neves, Kalidou Koulibaly, and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, who joined the Saudi team this summer.
It's notable that Al-Hilal recently made a world-record bid of €300m for Neymar's PSG teammate Kylian Mbappe, a move that the Frenchman declined despite his strained relationship with the French club.
As the transfer window approaches its end, both parties are working to finalize an agreement that is expected to be reached sooner rather than later. If the move goes through, it marks a significant shift in Neymar's career and a final step toward his ultimate retirement in a few years.
It would be a coup for Al-Hilal as they'd continue to bolster their squad with notable players from Europe on the verge of collapsing, demonstrating their ambition in the football world by landing aging superstars to fill their coffers and boost their presence in world football.