Neymar is expected to make his much-awaited debut for Paris Saint-Germain on Sunday in the small Brittany town of Guingamp after French football authorities finally received his worldwide transfer certificate.
With the Brazil worldwide already on board after his €222 million move from Barcelona, PSG have now focused the majority of their attention on securing the second star name they see as vital to the regeneration of their project, Mbappe.
Later the FFF confirmed that the transfer had officially been completed with receipt of the certificate from the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF).
The French governing body has now received the relevant global transfer paperwork from its Spanish counterpart for the Brazil star to be formally registered.
The 25-year-old missed PSG's match against Amiens as the club was yet to receive the transfer certificate.
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First it was nigh-on £200m for Neymar and now Paris Saint-Germain have clinched the signature of Kylian Mbappe for a cool £160m, claims The Sun. You have to confirm next season his level, play a big competition like the World Cup with the national team, if you have an opportunity.
"He will be able to play on Sunday", said the LFP.
Emery, who is without Lucas Moura through a minor injury and Jese Rodriguez for personal reasons, added Guingamp would be a good first test for Neymar in France. "We want him in the squad, and in the starting 11".
Lyon's youthful side started with a 4-0 thumping of Strasbourg last week and travel out to Brittany to take on Rennes on Friday.
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