Neymar has dubbed reports he is leaving Paris Saint-Germain as “a bit annoying” during a glitzy awards bash in the French capital.
The Brazilian superstar has been linked with a return to Spain to join Real Madrid after one season in Ligue 1 amid reports he is not happy in the French capital.
Manchester United are reportedly plotting a £200million swoop for the 26-year-old to move to Old Trafford after the World Cup.
Real are still the front runners to sign Neymar who only moved from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain for a world record £198m last summer.
German outlet Suddeutsche Zietung report Thomas Tuchel, who is set to be named as new PSG boss, met with Neymar in Paris to convince him his future is in France.
Mundo Deportivo reckon Neymar has told his Brazilian PSG team-mates Thiago Silva, Marquinhos, Thiago Motta and Dani Alves that he wants out if he wins the World Cup.
Neymar who has been sidelined since February with a broken foot faces a race-against-time to lead Brazil’s tilt at the World Cup, was keen to squash speculation about his future.
He told L’Equipe: “All transfer windows, we talks about these things, I’m not in a moment to talk about anything.
“Everyone knows what I came here to do, the goals I have.
“Now, my goals is to do the World Cup, not to talk about transfer or not, I spend my whole life, every transfer window, we talk about it, it’s a bit annoying.”
Neymar appeared at the Trophees UNFP du football awards ceremony on Sunday, which recognise the standout stars in French football, to collect the Ligue 1 Player of the Year gong.