In a recent interview with Spanish newspaper AS, Brazilian superstar Neymar has commited his future to his current team Santos FC. He still feels that he has plenty of time to develop his game in the Brazilian league and in a couple of years transfer to Europe.
Recent reports have linked him to Spanish giants FC Barcelona, Real Madrid and several other Premier League clubs including Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea.
Also, there have been rumors about Neymar possibly joining ex-Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola after he becomes the head coach of German side Bayern Munich. The Bavarians already signed a deal with Guardiola and he will take over next summer as current head coach of the team Jupp Heynckes is retiring.
"He [Guardiola] is a great coach, one of the best in the world, and yes, I have a desire to one day work with him, as with the other great coaches [in world football]," he told reporters.
"But I will say it again: I want to carry on playing for Santos. I'm happy here."
The 20-year old, who has a €70M transfer clause in his contract has been on fine form for Santos FC this season.