His world-record move to PSG really is the only story in town.
According to French newspaper L'Equipe, PSG is unlikely to ask Federation Internationale de Football Association to rule on the issue because it could slow down proceedings further.
But, PSG, it seems, are not done yet as the French side looks set to make another mega signing in the form of one on the most sought-after youngsters in world football, Kylian Mbappe.
The wait to see the world's most expensive footballer playing in his new club colors could continue for longer than expected.
"Neymar will start on the left at the cost of Pastore", the article claimed. Fifteen thousand PSG shirts bearing his name were sold in just two days.
Kombouare, a former PSG player, said his players were "calm, serene", despite saying of the arrival of Neymar: "It's the transfer of the century, he's a megastar".More news: Liverpool confirms 'no offers will be considered' for Coutinho
Emery has backed Neymar to take PSG to the next level and dismissed concerns that his price tag could make the pressure to perform too great.
A few hours before the French federation confirmed it had received the ITC, several Spanish media reported on Friday that the 222 million euros had finally been made available in the club's accounts.
Yet for PSG this move is about everything but Ligue 1.
Under worldwide transfer regulations, Barcelona had 15 days to submit the final paperwork to Spanish soccer's governing association, which would then move the paperwork to its corresponding organization in France.
They're desperate to win the Champions League as quickly as possible.
Manager Antoine Kombouaré will be ecstatic with his team's performance and the three points, especially when you consider who their next opponents will be.
Nice had one of the best starts in the Ligue 1 last season with star striker Mario Balotelli firing in full calibre and the club enjoyed a spell on the top of the table.