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With worldwide transfer documents finally received by the French Football Federation from their Spanish counterparts, the world's most expensive footballer is primed for a first appearance with his new team.

The French football club was forced to double the number of its security officers from the Unai Emery training base after Neymar's transfer, writes Le Parisien.

The Ligue 1 club signed Neymar in a sensational €222million move from Barcelona this month and much has been made of the fees involved in the deal, for both the player and his representatives.

The French Football Federation received the document from its Spanish counterpart on Friday, more than a week after PSG signed the Brazilian from Barcelona.

Following four successive Ligue 1 title victories, PSG were left with a bitter taste following Monaco's success a year ago, and boss Unai Emery has been backed with a staggeringly large transfer budget to wrestle the crown back.

Despite spending some downtime relaxing with his team-mates, Neymar will be eager to make his debut and impress his new supporters.

It appears those conspiracy theories were all for naught, however, as the paperwork came through in time for Neymar to suit up on Sunday.

The Brazilian global is now free to make his Paris St-Germain debut on Sunday. The fact that Neymar, Mbappe and Cavani could be PSG's front three next season is outrageous.

"If he decides to remain at the club, we will have a great player and if he leaves we will get his whole buyout clause paid in full".

However, it remains to be seen whether Barca will want to buy a player from PSG following the recent bitter negotiations between the two clubs.

The 18-year-old started in their opening 3-2 victory over Toulouse last weekend, as captain Radamel Falcao found the net.

Lyon's youthful side started with a 4-0 thumping of Strasbourg last week and travel out to Brittany to take on Rennes today.

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