Neymar has dismissed rumours of a Paris Saint-Germain exit as the star reaffirmed his commitment to the French champions in his quest for silverware.
Cristiano Ronaldo's £105m move to Juventus added to the speculation the European champions were lining up Neymar as a replacement but the club issued a statement denying their interest in the 26-year-old.
"I was really sad about it, but sadness passes", said Neymar.
Like with PSG, Neymar was the subject of numerous heavy tackles during the World Cup and much was made of his reaction to those challenges.
The duo both shone at the World Cup in Russian Federation, as Didier Deschamps men avoided a repeat of their Euro 2016 heartache by beating Croatia 4-2 in the final. "I have a contract with PSG". He scored two goals and assisted another as Brazil crashed out in the quarter-finals to Belgium. "They are happy to play together, Neymar is happy because Mbappe won the World Cup".
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However, Neymar says he has no plans to leave the Ligue 1 holders following the World Cup in Russian Federation, where Brazil lost to Belgium in the quarter-finals.
The pair were instrumental to France World Cup triumph in Russian Federation and the 19-year-old is hoping to bring his partnership with the midfielder to the club level.
"My players had a great wWorld Cup".
The Brazilian attacker also took time to heap praises on his PSG teammate Kylian Mbappe and how he is relishing the opportunity to play with him again. I have been aware of this responsibility, not only for Brazil, but also in club football, since I was 17 or 18 years old.
And now the PSG man has spoken about who of his national team peers could make the move to the Parisiens, with Mbappe suggesting he has already advised the club's president to pursue Kante, and even attempted to convince the player himself.