Fifa set to be forced into enormous payout to Saudi side Al-Hilal following horror injury to Neymar

NEYMAR’S latest injury agony could cost Fifa £6.5million.

Football chiefs face paying Al-Hilal huge compensation after the Saudi club’s new superstar was ruled out for the season.

Neymar was taken off in tears with a crocked ACL during Brazil’s 2-0 World Cup qualifying defeat away to Uruguay on Tuesday.

The striker, 31, joined Al-Hilal from PSG in August on wages of around around £2.5million a week.

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Fifa have to fork out an injured player’s salary from 28 days to a year – up to a maximum of £6.5m.

Yet that sum is small fry compared to Neymar’s overall pay package for the Saudi Pro League leaders.

The Barcelona legend’s contract with Al-Hilal could earn him up to £314million over two years.

Neymar suffered his new injury when he tripped in a shock loss for Brazil.

And Al-Hilal have all but given up hope he could return this term.

The club said in a statement: “The medical tests Neymar underwent confirmed the Anterior Cruciate Ligament and Meniscus tear injury in his knee.

“He will be going through surgery and then a treatment program that will be determined later. Return stronger Neymar.”

But Al-Hilal baffled many fans by revealing the unfortunate news via a picture on social media of Neymar in distress.

One supporter responded: “Possibly the most unhinged graphic I’ve ever seen from a team account.”

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