The Brazilian reported to Barcelona's Ciutat Esportiva training ground on Wednesday morning, but the club confirmed he did not train.
"The transfer of Neymar to PSG will have an effect on the club finances over several years but the impact of such an operation cannot be judged in advance, notably as PSG could well sell several players for a significant amount".
In any case, Tebas indicated that he and La Liga expect UEFA to act without any prompting from them and expressed his disbelief that Andrea Traverso, the head of UEFA's FFP watchdog, said he is confident that PSG have "done their sums well."
But Barcelona are in no mood to make life easy for them having seen their pursuit of Neymar completely overshadow their summer tour of the U.S. and now rob them of their second best player.
One of Neymar's representatives expects Paris Saint-Germain to pay the Barcelona star's €222million release clause and present him as a new signing by the end of this week.
Neymar flew back to Spain from Dubai on Tuesday following Barcelona's pre-season tour in the United States, after attending a series of promotional events in China earlier this week. "PSG must respect financial fair play rules as do all other clubs in Europe", it has said. The deal represents "soft power" for the French club and also for PSG's owners in Qatar. They have been in regular contact with Neymar's father.
That would dwarf the €105m that Manchester United paid for France midfielder Paul Pogba a year ago.
Barcelona do not want to add to his windfall.
The news has made a huge statement in world football this morning, and former Barcelona defender Eric Abidal was quick to comment on the deal with a simple, but bold comment.
But they do more than just score... He will then be free to sign for PSG. "If PSG come with the money for Neymar's clause we will not accept it".