A whopping 150 million euros (219 billion won). This is the astronomical annual salary of Neymar (31, Al-Hilal), who chose to go to Saudi Arabia. This is an amount I would never have dreamed of if I had stayed in Europe. It is also the biggest reason Neymar decided to go to Saudi Arabia.메이저놀이터
Neymar has joined Saudi Arabia. On the 19th (Korean time), Al-Hilal revealed the process of Neymar heading to the home stadium after entering through Riyadh International Airport in Saudi Arabia through the club’s social network service (SNS).
In the video released on social media, Neymar showed a happy attitude with a bright smile while wearing a training suit. He greeted the fans as well as the club officials, and was shown kindly responding to fan service as he did when he visited Korea.
Al-Hilal previously announced the signing of Neymar on the 16th. Neymar, who went through Brazil’s Santos and Spain’s Barcelona, was active in France’s Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and attracted attention as the right person to take over the era of Lionel Messi (Inter Miami) and Cristiano Ronaldo (Al Nasr).
Although he showed steady performance at PSG, the spotlight shifted to Kylian Mbafe, who was a national star and showed off his best performance, and the breakup was approaching as he slipped several times in the UEFA Champions League (UCL).
Messi left the team first, and Neymar showed a special bromance with the newly joined Lee Kang-in, making people look forward to working together, but eventually left the team.
According to local media, the transfer fee is known to be 90 million euros (131.4 billion won). This is an amount that is more than half of the 222 million euros (324.1 billion won) recorded when transferring from Barcelona to PSG.
However, what is surprising is the size of the salary. Upon stepping into Saudi Arabia, Neymar was delighted to say, “I really came to Saudi Arabia,” and showed a relaxed attitude as if he had come to his hometown. Neymar was recruited with such great effort.
Neymar, who signed a two-year contract with Al-Hilal, has an annual salary of 219 billion won. Divided by 365 days, the daily wage is about 600 million won, and when converted into 8 hours, which is the standard working time for ordinary office workers, the hourly wage reaches a whopping 75 million won. It’s an amount that ordinary people can’t even imagine. European media predicted that the amount would increase even more if incentive options were added.
The welfare level is also beyond imagination. According to The Sun in England, Neymar requested eight supercars from the club, and Al-Hilal accepted all of these conditions, which amounted to 510,000 pounds (872 million won) in rental amount alone. Neymar is able to drive 8 dream cars of many people at once, including 4 Jeebagens, a Mercedes van, a Bentley Continental, an Aston Martin, and a Lamborghini Huracan.
Here is not the end. He was offered a mansion with 25 rooms and requested a chartered flight so that the family could use it at any time. It is also surprising that al-Hilal accepted all these conditions.
This season, world-class stars are rushing to Saudi Arabia. Starting with Ronaldo, there are Karim Benzema, N’Golo Kante, Roberto Firmino, Fabinho (above Al Ittihad), Ruben Neves (Al Hilal), Sadio Mane (Al Nasr), and Jordan Henderson (Al Etifaq). .
For the players, the biggest reason why they cannot easily turn away their love calls is that they can get hard-to-find money no matter where they go to any club in the world. Moreover, as Ronaldo and Benzema enter their twilight years, they do not know when they will experience a rapid aging curve (decline in performance due to aging). In this situation, going to the Saudi league, which has a clear difference in skills compared to the European big leagues, is an option that significantly lowers the risk.
Initially, Al-Hilal’s number one target was Messi. However, Messi chose to go to the United States for various reasons other than astronomical money. After that, he is writing a new history by leading the bottom team, Miami. He also said that he is satisfied with the current situation.
Neymar also expressed satisfaction with his choice. Previously, through Al-Hilal’s official website, he said, “I have won many championships in Europe and met many players and had a happy and special time. Now I want to write a new history at Al-Hilal.” It is the place where the greatest progress is made. This had a great influence on the transfer decision.”
He continued, “Al Hilal is the best big club in Asia with a lot of fans. At the right time, the team called Al Hilal came to me with a lot of meaning. I look forward to showing my best here.”
Unlike the grandiose reason for the transfer, no one will disagree that Neymar decided to transfer to Al-Hilal after seeing one money.
Saudi clubs with huge financial power are frantic to focus the attention of the world football community on Saudi Arabia through such a move. Furthermore, he is also trying to participate in the UCL. Through these attempts, they are trying to raise the level of the Saudi league.
In fact, the Neymar transfer effect is already showing up. France’s L’Equipe said on the 18th that Al-Hilal had sold more than 10,000 copies of his jersey number 10 within 7 hours of officially announcing Neymar’s signing.
In addition, Al-Hilal decided to pay Neymar a bonus of 700 million won every time he posted a post related to Saudi Arabia on his personal SNS. Neymar boasts 212 million followers on social media, and plans to use it actively to promote Saudi Arabia and the club.