Brazilian global, Neymar has been cleared to make his Paris Saint-Germain debut away at Guingamp this weekend.
Neymar was unveiled to the PSG fans on Saturday but could only watch from the stands as his new team started its league campaign with a 2-0 win.
The 43-year-old became chairman and chief executive officer of the club in October 2011 but since then PSG have failed to make it past the quarter-finals of Europe's top competition.
The president said; "The way he acted was certainly not the best and not the kind of behaviour that we want from a player of Barcelona".
Over the past seven days, national sports daily L'Equipe has devoted 37 pages of coverage to the Brazilian superstar's arrival in the French capital.
The Spanish football giants have now received the money and as such have given the OKAY for the Spanish FA (RFEF) to send the ITC to their counterparts in France.
It was reported that a banking issue had prevented Barca from sending the necessary document to the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), who in turn were required to pass the information to the FFF.
"We all want him to start playing as soon as possible", said Paris Saint-Germain boss Unai Emery in his pre-match press conference - before the news of the ratification had come through. If the deal goes through, it will also reflect PSG's ambition of challenging for not only the domestic Ligue 1, but also Champions League. You have to confirm next season his level, play a big competition like the World Cup with the national team, if you have an opportunity.