What seemed to be an accidental rumor at the beginning of the summer has now turned into a solid news subject as Neymar Jr., the 25-year-old Brazilian soccer star is on his way out from Fc Barcelona. The final destination of The Brazilian player seems to be in Paris, France at PSG, one of the best team in Europe and well-known for its habit to spend tons of money during the transfer period. Moving from Primera Division to Ligue 1 may be a little setback but the financial recipe of this deal could be very persuasive. It became a habit for financially strong soccer clubs to spend dazzlings amount of money for a single player.

And Neymar will break any common barrier on this matter as the transfer fee is around 222 million Euros ( $263 million).

Neymar won't be living in Leo Messi's shadow anymore

Signing for Barcelona four years ago was the biggest step for the Brazilian player. Between 2009-2013 he was the player of Santos back in his home country but choosing Barcelona gave a totally different meaning to his career. At Barcelona, Neymar, Messi, and Suarez made a perfect striking team helping their club to be a dominant name of the European soccer landscape.

Over the past four years, Neymar gathered 123 matches in Barcelona's shirt scoring 68 goals for the club. Even so, he had no chance to dethrone Leo Messi as the main star of the team.

Although their relationship may have been just fine, a player like Neymar who is aware of his skills may want to go for more. Changing sides might give the opportunity to become the lead violin of his team. It all comes at a price as PSG is competing in a less valuable league. After all, PSG has been dominating the French soccer field for years.

The concept of financial fair-play is not part of the deal

Over the past few years or so there has been an increasing trend when it comes to the transfer windows. Those clubs whose financial balance sheet is positive are engaging in a spending spree throwing millions to buy in more valuable players. Eventually, a gap between rich clubs and the others has been created.

Neymar's transfer fee is an astronomical one. That fee only would make the annual budget of a Premier League upper tier team.

Some may think this is too much. For example, back in 2009 when Cristiano Ronaldo moved from Manchester United to Real Madrid, the transfer fee was around 94 million Euros which is less than half of Neymar's current fee.

At 25 years of age, Neymar Jr. is facing another challenge of his professional career. But, to achieve something truly extraordinary he might need a powerful team too and PSG may not be just that.