Brazilian football superstar Neymar has completed his move from Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) to Al Hilal of the Saudi Pro League.

Neymar says his desire to be a "global player" influenced his decision to leave Paris Saint-Germain.

PHOTO | COURTESY: Brazilian footballer Neymar 

"I want to write new sporting history, and the Saudi Pro League has tremendous energy and quality players at the moment. I have heard a lot and learned that I am following a long list of Brazilian players who have played in Saudi Arabia over the years, so I believe it is the desired place. Al-Hilal is a giant club with fantastic fans, and it is the best in Asia. This gives me a feeling that it is the right decision for me at the right time with the right club. I love winning and scoring goals, and I plan to continue doing that in Saudi Arabia and with Al-Hilal."

PHOTO | COURTESY: Neymar leaves PSG for Saudi Arabia's Al-Hilal 

The Brazil forward joined Al Hilal in a £80million ($102m) move and has signed a two-year contract with the club.

Neymar joined PSG from Barcelona in 2017. The 31 year old scored 118 goals in 173 matches for PSG in six injury-plagued seasons, winning five Ligue 1 titles and three French Cups.

Neymar will link up with new teammates Kalidou Koulibaly, Rúben Neves and Sergej Milinković-Savić, who all made the move to Al Hilal earlier this summer.