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Personally signed by Neymar!

This Brazil jersey was personally signed by Neymar in an exclusive signing session organised and carried out by Icons in Sao Paulo on 3rd October, 2012.

This Santos photo was personally signed by Neymar in an exclusive signing session organised and carried out by Icons in Sao Paulo on 3rd October, 2012.

Neymar is the world's fastest rising football star, adored for his laser-precision finishing and remarkable flair. Since breaking into the Santos first team he has guided them to three consecutive titles and is now perhaps the most sought after young player in the world, wanted by Europe's finest.

The Santos photo is signed in black ink and it comes with an official certificate of authenticity featuring an image of Neymar signing the shirt.

NOTE: All sales final for signed memorabilia in order to protect standards of authenticity.


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