Neymar celebrates with the trophy after the Champions League final between Juventus Turin and FC Barcelona at the Olympic stadium in Berlin on June 6, 2015.
But PSG confirmed in a statement on Friday that Neymar has now been given the green light to make his debut at the Stade de Roudourou.
He said, "Everyone in the world will be watching, so it's also a really good platform for us as players that are unknown".
Meanwhile, French media speculated over who in the expensively-assembled PSG team will make way for Neymar.
According to The Sun, the Qatari-backed French side who have won the race, with PSG's players told that the 18-year-old is set to be unveiled at the Parc des Princes as soon as Monday.
"I don't know if we can play even better than we have been, but we're going to keep trying", Zidane said after the Super Cup win.
There are a few other nuggets of information proving Neymar is a case apart.
Barca have previously tried to sign the Argentine twice before, but his high salary demands, and the club officials' reluctance to go against financial fair play rules, blocked the switch.
"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". Le Parisien asked of the player who took up the No.10 shirt after Zlatan Ibrahimovic left for Manchester United last season, only to hand it to the Brazilian this summer.
Sports daily L'Equipe saw things differently, though.
Despite spending some downtime relaxing with his team-mates, Neymar will be eager to make his debut and impress his new supporters.
Ousmane Dembele and Philippe Coutinho are their top targets but Di Maria looks like a back up option for the Borussia Dortmund man.
It was understood Neymar opted for Unai Emery's side to break clear of Lionel Messi's shadow and lead the line but whatever the line-up, a combination with Mbappe up front will undoubtedly form one of the most deadly strike forces in football.
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