Paris Saint GermainParis Saint Germain new-signing, Neymar might miss another game for the French side this weekend.
The 25-year-old has been tipped to make a huge impact in the French capital after completing world record move last Thursday but his much-anticipated debut is set to take longer than expected with reports that Barcelona are yet to release his transfer certificate to the French Federation through the Spanish FA
If the paperwork is not finalised by Saturday, Neymar will be unable to compete in PSG’s clash against Guingamp next Sunday
In accordance with UEFA rules, Barcelona have a maximum of ten days to sign off the transfer certificate.
Reports in reliable French outlet, L’Equipe claim that Paris Saint Germain are not ready to take the matter to FIFA in order not to cause further probing.
Meanwhile, Barca president Josep Maria Bartomeu yesterday claimed the whatever had happened with Neymar was a win-win situation for the club.
He said: “When doubts about him staying began, we were all calm because whatever his decision, it was good for Barca.
“If he remained, we kept an exceptional player.
“And if he left then the whole of his buyout clause would have to be paid, which gives us the money to guarantee that we can sign new and competitive players.
“Neymar has formed part of our club and of our success over the past four years, but he is now history.
“It’s been his decision. We did everything in our hands to try and get him to stay – the directors, the players and the coaches.
“Everything has a limit and no player is bigger than Barca. No individual interests can take precedence over the interests of the club.”
“Neymar has taken the decision to go, but the way of doing so hasn’t been the best, we would have liked more clarity on his part.
“They are not the ways of a player who defends our colours. Values are important for us.”

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