Both Barcelona and Spain's La Liga questioned whether the move complied with UEFA's financial regulations [Reuters]
Neymar has completed his record-shattering transfer from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain, signing a five-year deal with the French club after it triggered his 222 million euros ($263m) release clause.

The transfer doubles the previous world record fee paid when Paul Pogba moved last August from Juventus to Manchester United for a 105m euros ($124.7m).
With the Spanish giants certain to be in the market for a replacement for the Brazilian forward - and with a hefty budget to invest - the Neymar move could set off a chain reaction of deals at top clubs across Europe.
Neymar said he was looking forward to delivering trophies for the French club.
"I am extremely happy to join Paris Saint-Germain," he said in the club's statement.