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Well, he's certainly quick, that's for sure. In a recent Paulista game against Sao Paulo, he was clocked at 34.7 km/h. To put that in perspective, Usain Bolt's top speed is 44 km/h.
Of course, he's got a lot more to his game than just pace, but what do you make of Neymar? Send us your thoughts on Twitter or Facebook and I'll post the best/most entertaining comments on here.
"Marcos Malaquias (one of Neymar's agents) has arrived at the Barcelona office right now with some friends of Neymar. They are going to sign the contract right now."
After that, it'll be a photocall with some officials from his new club before being brought onto the field to meet an estimated 60,000 Barcelona fans, which would eclipse the crowd that congregated at Camp Nou in 2009 to welcome Zlatan Ibrahimovic from Inter. Fair to say Barca will be hoping that Neymar proves a bigger hit in Catalunya than Ibrahimovic, whose spell with with Blaugrana was ... how shall we put it? ... eventful!
Now, while Neymar was in action for Brazil against England last night (he impressed in fits and starts in the 1-1 draw in Rio), he's currently in Catalunya and has already undergone a medical and partaken in a photo call, as you can see from this rather cheesy - but obligatory - 'thumbs-up' below ...
Yes, that's right, having had their threadbare back-line brutally exposed by Bayern Munich last season, the Blaugrana decided that they had to address their defensive deficiencies - and fast.
So, before the 2012-13 campaign had even finished, they decided to bolster their back four - by signing the most exciting young forward in the game today.
But Bayern deserve this. They've paid their dues and nobody can dispute that they are the best team in Europe. Bayern, we salute you. Over to everyone else now to try to come up with a way to beat this most wonderfully balanced of sides! But, until next season, good night - and good luck.
"First and foremost, congratulations to Bayern Munich because they won so it's not important to speak about what happened in the game," he told ITV1. "After the game you have to respect the result and that's what we do now.
"I didn't see (Robben's) goal. It was a free-kick and we were not in the right formation at that moment. It was late in the game and it has been a really hard season for us. But Bayern Munich had to fight too. We deserved to be in the final and we showed this tonight."
Robben humbly received his accolade before commenting: "I think it’s such a shame a world-class trainer is leaving the game." Quite.
"I told their players: I know your disappointment after losing a final. I lost a final to Liverpool, too.
"During the first half we had trouble to get into the game. At half-time a adjusted our play. I think both teams felt pressure. If you see that you have a 25-point-lead in the league, it is normal you are the favourite. But after 30 minutes we freed ourselves.
"Over the past year, we improved and improved. We improved and modified so many details. I was stricter and I have to say that the players followed me and there is harmony in the dressing room."
The big news is, though, that he seems to have a job lined up for himself, which restores one's faith in our fickle game, given the man is now a two-time Champions League winner!
"The decision on what I will do after the DFB Pokal match (against Stuttgart next saturday) was already taken last June? Retire? No, you will learn that after the DFB Pokal final."
"We worked unbelievably hard in last year's final and finally we have been rewarded," the Roten skipper enthused.
"We had to got through so much. But everybody worked so hard in the last months and weeks and now we have finally won it."
"I have to admit: after it went 1-1, I was scared as s**t! You remember how it went last year. The feeling when we scored was undescribable."
"It is hard to describe," he told ZDF. "I am completely done, I have cramps left and right. But I did not go off the pitch and it paid off. Physically I am over the limit now.
"When you are 68 years old and you have a record season and then you win the Champions League and have the chance for the triple, you can be happy you are 68 and not 25. Because then you can retire."
"One year after that bitter loss to Chelsea the Bayern are now the ones dancing on the pitch. BVB gets a farewell with much applause and a scraf parade. No matter that Bayern won: For every german football fan in London this will be a very long night."
"We are proud," Weidenfeller told ZDF. "We stood up to Bayern and we've had a great season in the Champions League. We gave everything and did our best to win that trophy. But we will come back again."
Sebastian Kehl added: "We played a fantastic match and gave a great account of ourselves. We can be proud. And of course we will attack again next season."
"I heard so many people saying in the last weeks saying they would grant me this. They told me: 'You'll score the goal.' It’s not quite sunk in yet. There’s a lot of emotion.
"You know, this was such a close match. A match with two teams at the same level. It was an even game: they had chances; we had chances. For the goal, though, I just reacted to Franck's flick and then the ball went in."
You'll never hear or read a more simplistic description of the Dutchman's Champions League winner!