Neymar denies 'concrete' interest

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Brazilian star Neymar denies there has been any 'concrete' interest in his signature, as the 20-year-old is linked with a transfer to the likes of Barcelona, Chelsea and Manchester United.

Barcelona appear to be leading the race to sign Neymar, but Chelsea and Manchester United have also been credited with interest, and the Brazil international seems destined to move to Europe.

A move to the Camp Nou ahead of a switch to Chelsea or Manchester United has is reported to be a more likely outcome for Neymar, with reports claiming Barcelona already have a deal in place for the 20-year-old.

Both Barcelona and Santos have both since moved to deny anything has been agreed with regards to Neymar, which will surely serve as a boost to Chelsea and Manchester United.

Along with Barcelona, Chelsea and Manchester United, Neymar has also been linked with a move to Italy and says he would be proud to transfer to either Serie A or the Premier League.

Neymar, though, has moved to allay fears of Santos fans that he will be leaving any time soon, and says there are no official offers on the table at this present time.

"They are both big countries with great teams and great national teams. I don't have any [specific] choices right now," Neymar said, as reported by the Daily Mail.

"I do dream about playing in Europe, but there's nothing concrete at this time. Maybe in the future."

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