Neymar says he is frustrated with rumours about his future

Neymar says he is frustrated with rumours about his future

- Neymar reveals he is not happy with the growing speculation about his future

- The 26-year-old has been consistently linked to join Real Madrid in the summer

- The attacker has returned to training ahead of the World Cup after two month out

Paris Saint-Germain attacker Neymar has stated he is tired of the repeated speculation surrounding his future, amid links to Real Madrid, Daily Mirror reports.

The 26-year-old has long been linked with a return to Spain, with his Brazilian teammate Marcelo admitting he would love to play with him at the Bernabeu.

But the claims has been countered by President Nasser Al-Khelaifi who has insisted the player is '2,000 per cent' staying at the Parc des Princes beyond this summer.

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The former Barcelona star who is currently working towards full fitness for the World Cup next month said his primary focus is the forthcoming football showpiece amidst the growing noise over his next move.

"Everyone knows what I have come here to do, the goals I have," he said.

"My goal now is the World Cup. It is not time to talk about transfers.

"I am a little tired of it now."

Neymar was named the Ligue 1 player of the Season on Sunday night, and was presented with the award by former Real Madrid striker Ronaldo.

Departing PSG boss Unai Emery was named Manager of the Year at the ceremony and the Spaniard is definitely leaving the French capital this month.

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Meanwhile, had earlier reported that the Brazilian striker revealed he would be playing for the Parisians next season to end his speculated move to join Los Blancos.

Neymar has scored 26 goals in all competitions before he got injured two months ago against Marseille and has since the past week returned to training.

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