Neymar is granted permission to make his Paris Saint-Germain debut against Guingamp after the relevant paperwork was submitted to the French Football Federation.
Paris Saint-Germain have been given the all-clear by the French Football Federation to field Neymar against Guingamp on Sunday night.
The Brazilian superstar, who recently joined from Barcelona in a record £200m transfer, saw his debut delayed last weekend as the correct paperwork was not submitted in time.
Neymar's international transfer certificate has now been received by the FFF, however, meaning that he is free to play a part against Guingamp at the Stade de Roudourou.
Ligue 1 clubs had until midnight on Thursday evening to register players for matchday two, and the French governing body has now confirmed that the relevant paperwork was submitted in time.
Former Santos ace Neymar was officially unveiled by PSG ahead of their home win against Amiens last Saturday.
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