Neymar told teammates he won't return to PSG next season

Zinedine Zidane insists Real Madrid are focused on a third Champions League title in-a-row. Pic Matthias Hangst  Getty Images

Zinedine Zidane insists Real Madrid are focused on a third Champions League title in-a-row. Pic Matthias Hangst Getty Images

And despite the club's consistent efforts to brush off such talk, Neymar remained coy over his club future for next season, insisting to Le Parisien his sole focus was returning from injury ahead of Brazil's trip to the World Cup.

"It is an honour - without my teammates, I would never have been able to win this award".

He said: "That is my feeling and I don't want him to leave".

Additionally, says the paper, United have a good working relationship with Neymar's dad, who is said to be a fan of all things Old Trafford, and it's claimed he "would love his son to play for the club one day". Speaking to reporters after the ceremony, he said: "I am very touched and very happy with our season".

The Brazilian sent shockwaves through the football world when he agreed to join PSG after the Ligue 1 giants activated his £200million release clause at Barcelona.

According to Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo, Neymar has told club and global teammates Thiago Silva, Marquinhos, Thiago Motta and Dani Alves that he plans to leave PSG if he wins the World Cup with Brazil in Russian Federation. Otherwise, I would spend my whole life talking about it. However less than 12 months on, he has been widely tipped to be in the move again, with Champions League finalists Real Madrid set to swoop.

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"My goal now is the World Cup". "The Spanish media have been talking since October".

PSG's dominance of the French game this season was reflected in the awards.

"On the pitch good players always get on, off the pitch I don't know, but on the pitch there is always chemistry". "There will be changes for sure, but I am not thinking about that now".

The Parc Des Princes side are also planning to make their loan deal for Monaco's Kylian Mbappe a permanent transfer at £165m.

The same story says that Real Madrid are also in the race to sign the attacker, who signed for PSG from FC Barcelona only previous year.

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