The Brazil international will be unveiled by the club on Friday, while there have even been reports that he might have his own parade in Paris.
The 25-year-old completed his move to the French side on Thursday evening, after his €222 million (R3.4 billion) release clause was accepted by his former club.
Neymar has shaken the foundations of world football by completing his €222m transfer to Paris Saint-Germain, however, only now is the Brazilian an official player after completing the traditional initiation song. It's not what I want. If he can propel PSG to a Champions League victory, it would certainly put his name in serious contention for a Ballon d'Or, which he would be unlikely to win under Messi's shadow at Barcelona.
Neymar is sad to have ended that relationship but is grateful for the time spent together. It's for the new challenge and trophies and this is what PSG want and they deserve it. This is why I came here.
As expected, the move stunned football enthusiasts across the world as fans and critics remained divided on whether or not the move was a good idea.
The drama, of course, isn't finished-nor is the end likely in sight anytime soon. Who would say that three South Americans would work?
In fact, Spanish league president Javier Tebas has already declared that a formal complaint concerning the Neymar deal will be made and if nothing happens further action will be taken in the Swiss and European courts. PSG can play pragmatic football anchored by solid midfielders like Blaise Matuidi, Adrien Rabiot, and Marco Verratti, coupled with fun, creative, and exciting football courtesy the Brazilian forward.
Neymar was instead presented to fans ahead of the match and had his name chanted by ecstatic supporters. He would also cost about €180 million, which is a large chunk of the Neymar money.
Shock and disbelief are the main themes in people's reaction to the move, and it will take some time before the reality settles in their minds.
Since football transfer fees are now becoming ridiculous, calls for a salary cap to be introduced, on a similar level to those in the Rugby Union and the National Football League in America, have become louder.
The problem lies in the fact that clubs are powerless and toothless when such buyout clauses are triggered, despite Barcelona initially being against such transfer with the alleged support of La Liga.