Neymar has confirmed he wants to remain at Paris Saint-Germain in order to write his name into the history books of the Ligue 1 club.
The Brazil superstar joined PSG from FC Barcelona in 2017 in a world-record €222-million in order to spark their Qatari-owned club to achieve UEFA Champions League success.
After two successive last-16 exits, PSG fell at the final hurdle this month in their first-ever final of Europe's elite club competition as Bayern secured their sixth title.
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Links with a return to Spain with FC Barcelona and Real Madrid immediately resurfaced, while an audacious move to Manchester City also emerged due to the recent endorsement links with Puma.
However, Neymar has confirmed to PSG Le Mag that he wants to remain in France in order to fulfil the legacy he was brought into the club for.
"I am staying at PSG next season," the 28-year-old confirmed.
"I remain and with the ambition to return to the final of the Champions League, this time to win it. I like this idea of doing everything to leave my name in the history books of my club."
Neymar has scored 70 goals and registered 41 assists in 85 games for the La Parisians since his arrival three years ago.
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