Neymar dismisses Real Madrid transfer rumors

Former Barcelona Star Tells Rivals Real Madrid He's Staying At PSG

Former Barcelona Star Tells Rivals Real Madrid He's Staying At PSG

Neymar admitted that Brazil's World Cup failure left him feeling low but that he is now over that disappointment after spending time with his family and friends.

Neymar has told ESPN Brasil he will stay at Paris Saint-Germain amid continuing speculation linking him with a move to Real Madrid. "I won't respond to this type of question because nothing happened".

The Brazilian star has struggled to settle since his £198million move from Barcelona last summer and has been linked with a return to Spain with Real Madrid keen on an even pricier deal.

"No, all the great players feel pressure", he said.

"It is true that when it comes to me, there are double standards".

The Brazilian media also went in on the 26-year-old for crying after Brazil's 2-0 group stage win against Costa in Russian Federation.

"But those who come a little closer to me know about all the difficulties that being Neymar entails".

Neymar has been hit by a barrage of criticism for theatrical rolling around after being fouled at the World Cup, but says he should have been better protected.

A lot of times I'm faster and lighter than other players and they tackle me, and the referee is there for that.

The video was released with a hashtag #ChallengeDAFALTA, the free-kick challenge in Portuguese.

The player himself has since joked about the Neymar Challenge that is sweeping the internet but believes that criticism was "exaggerated" and that some of his aggressors were let off lightly.

PSG's Brazilian star Neymar arrives to participate in the charity auction of the Neymar Jr.

"We are aware of the level of demand of the team each season".

"I'm staying. I'm staying in Paris".