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First Neymar, now Kylian Mbappe - PSG line up £160m deal

He was then expected to play this Sunday at Guingamp.

"The FFF confirms it has received the transfer certificate of Neymar Jr, sent by the RFEF", the FFF said on its Twitter feed. It added the deadline for receiving the document was midnight local time.

#NeymarAuVillage ("Neymar to the village") has been trending on Twitter this week ahead of PSG and Neymar's visit to the department of Cotes-d'Armor - yes, the Internet and Twitter exist in such a sleepy place - and the club have also been joking about their country bumpkin image, not to mention their love of tractors and menial work.

"If the French federation does not start proceedings with FIFA, we could still receive the ICT up until Saturday night", the league said. Apparently all is not what it seems, with French paper Le Parisien claiming that no deal is in place. The club did not immediately answer a message from The Associated Press seeking comments.

"He feels good in training".

Nice, who have the first leg of their Champions League play-off against Napoli on Wednesday, kick off the second weekend at home to promoted Troyes today without their two star players the injured Mario Balotelli and new signing Wesley Sneijder.

In order to ward off any future interest from other clubs, Real Madrid have slapped a €700m (£634m) release clause on playmaker Isco when he signs a new five-year-deal. "Guingamp enjoyed a great season last time campaign, they have won their first match this term, and their stadium will be packed for our visit". Back in December 2014, and with the mighty Zlatan Ibrahimovic in the starting XI, then-coach Jocelyn Gourvennec engineered another memorable result just days after PSG had been beaten 3-1 by Barcelona at Camp Nou in the UEFA Champions League group stages.

"The way we will adapt being close to a player like him..."

"The transfer is complete, so this should not last", FFF president Noel Le Graet told sports daily L'Equipe. That's the easy part though, convincing Dortmund to sell given that they know how much Barca have to spend following the sale of Neymar is a different proposition altogether.